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The Global Clinical Scholars Research Training (GCSRT) Program
This program provides clinicians and clinician-scientists advanced training in the methods and conduct of clinical research. The blended-learning approach to this 12-month program enables clinician scientists from around the world to participate. This program is designed for clinicians working in clinical research at the faculty level (or equivalent). Candidates holding an MD, PhD, MBBS, DMD, DDS, PharmD, DNP, or equivalent degree are eligible to apply. [learn more]

The Introduction to Clinical Research Training (ICRT) Program
This 6-month certificate program is comprised of on-demand video lectures, monthly webinars and live, residential workshops. It provides an introduction to key skills and knowledge in clinical research to professionals at the start of their clinical research careers.  Applicants for the ICRT program must have an MD, PhD, MBBS, DMD, DDS, PharmD, DNP, or an equivalent degree. [learn more]

United Kingdom Clinical Scholars Research Training (UKCSRT) Programme
This 6-month certificate programme is wholly based in the UK. It is a unique collaboration between Harvard Medical School (HMS) and the Royal College of Physicians of London (RCP), and two academic Partners - Imperial College and University College London. Applicants for this programme must have an MD, MBBS, MBChB, or equivalent degree at the pre-consultant level. [learn more]

The Harvard Medical School Safety, Quality and Informatics Leadership (SQIL) Program
This 12-month certificate program delivers knowledge and skills in the development and oversight of an effective patient safety and clinical quality and informatics program. The program is for physicians, clinicians, senior level emergency department staff and nurse practitioners, and administrators in leadership roles in clinical quality and/or patient safety.  Candidates for the program should have earned a doctoral-level degree (for example: MD, PhD, MBBS, MBChB, DNP, MSN, DMD, DDC, PharmD), or master’s level degree (for example: MBA, MPH, MSc). [learn more

The Harvard Medical School Introduction to the Practice of American Medicine
This 2-day workshop course is designed to prepare candidates to apply for medical residency training in the United States. Drawing on the expertise of Harvard Medical School faculty directly involved in educating medical trainees, the course will provide unique insights into the entire process of residency application through lectures, panel discussions and hands-on workshop sessions. Applicants for this workshop are medical graduates and undergraduates planning to apply for medical or surgical residencies in US-based programs in the coming years. [learn more]