Shivrani S

I am a homoeopathic practitioner want to move to nonclinical side but unable decide between medical writing and clinical research

Any expert opinions and also how to go about it.Are online courses for both these worth their money?


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RE: I am a homoeopathic practitioner want to move to nonclinical side but unable decide between medical writing and clinical research

Swati  Sibal
Swati Sibal
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  • Delhi

Hi Jayesh,
For any course it's better attend classroom training. You can choose Clinical Research.
Clinical Research is study of safety and effectiveness of Medications, Devices, Diagnostic products and treatment regimens intended for human use.
In recent years, Clinical Research outsourcing to India has been increasing due to several prizes attributes for clinical trial development, some of which are:
Large and diverse patients' pool for conducting clinical trials
Availability of Medical, Pharmacy and Science graduates
Excellent infrastructure facilities
Comparative cost advantage
Changes in the Patent Law
clinical trials was USD 20 million 2003 and has sharply risen to USD 300 million in 2005 and expected to rise to USD 1.5 billion by 2012. Apart from this India has 268 approved clinical trials that are in progress.
In Clinical Research you can go for either full time or part time courses. Very good institutes are there for clinical research with placement assistance.
In full time You have two options
MSc in Clinical Research --2years,
PG Diploma in Clinical Research---1year
Fee for MSc is around 3.2 Lacs
Fee for PGDCR is 1.6Lacs
In Part time course you have below options. Duration of the course is 10months and fee is around 70 thousand
PG Diploma In Clinical Research
PG Diploma In Pharmacovigilance
PG Diploma In Clinical Trial Management
PG Diploma In Clinical Data Management
PG Diploma In Regulatory Affairs
PG Diploma in Health Care Management
PG Diploma In Business Development

Check the link for companies who are providing job opportunities in clinical research

https://www.careerguide.com/

For more information about Clinical Research visit
https://ask.careerguide.com/c/healthcare

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All the Best

RE: I am a homoeopathic practitioner want to move to nonclinical side but unable decide between medical writing and clinical research

Dr nikhil Agrawal
Dr nikhil Agrawal
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  • Siliguri

It is always advible to move in for clinical research. for a homeopathic practitioner


medical writing or transcription is full of obstacles...

also job guarantee and growth will be there

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