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Professional Development for Research Coordinators

Professional Development for Research Coordinators

ITHS has created a cross-institutional professional development program for research coordinators called Networking to Enhance Development (NED).

The NED Program hosts events throughout the year that encourage research coordinators to network and engage with fellow research coordinators to exchange ideas and hone professional skills.

Program Objectives

This program is designed to meet four objectives:

  • Recognize research coordinators’ essential role in improving human health through research
  • Advance knowledge and spark new collaborations through group sharing
  • Connect coordinators with fellow coordinators to boost collegiality and one’s professional network
  • Break down institutional boundaries by focusing on commonalities in RC work and skill areas

NED events are intended for research professionals of all levels of experience who perform research coordination duties in the health sciences fields at:

  • Fred Hutch
  • Harborview Medical Center
  • Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
  • Seattle Children’s Hospital

  • University of Washington
  • Institutions throughout the five-state WWAMI region

NED Events

ITHS offers the following NED events.

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