CRDI awards Open Badges to Cross-Institutional Faculty

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CRDI awards Open Badges to Cross-Institutional Faculty

Clinical Research Development Ireland (CRDI) coordinates expertise across partner academic institutions and beyond to develop and deliver resources for research training, including short courses available to postdoctoral, technical, academic and clinical staff as continuing professional development.

CRDI Short Courses are developed and delivered by faculty from multiple institutions and illustrate a significant strand of collaborative education and training in clinical and translational research since 2003.

In order to formally recognise instructor contributions to said training, in addition to participants, CRDI is committed to develop Open Badges, connected and verifiable credentials represented in portable image files shareable across the web.

In that respect CRDI recently awarded 'CRDI Lecturer Open Badges' to the Techniques Strategies in Molecular Medicine 2018 Course Faculty:



CRDI Open Badge: CRDI Lecturer - Techniques Strategies in Molecular Medicine (TSMM) 2018

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This badge is awarded on successful delivery of a 30 minute-presentation during the CRDI Techniques & Strategies in Molecular Medicine Course 2018.

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Further information on CRDI Open Badges can be found at https://www.crdi.ie/open-badges/



Techniques Strategies in Molecular Medicine is CRDI's premier live continuing professional development course that attracts a research-active audience of PhD students and postdoctoral staff across Ireland. Further details at https://www.crdi.ie/education/courses/crdi-course-techniques-strategies-molecular-medicine-2018/

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