Developed by experienced health educatorsGood Clinical Practice v3 TransCelerate approvedFree to WAHTN partnersAccredited courses

Comprehensive online research topics

Research Education & Training Program

Comprehensive set of health research cources

Highly interactiveAvailable across all devicesContribution by WA expertsWide variety of topics in health research

About the RETP

The Research Education and Training Program (RETP) is an enabling platform of the Western Australia Health Translation Network (WAHTN). The RETP is funded by WA Department of Health to develop and deliver online research training modules.

The aim of the RETP is to empower health research practitioners in the WA health sector to improve the efficiency of the planning, design, implementation and translation of successful research that impacts on policy and practice.

  • Certification

    A certificate can be self-generated on successful completion of RETP courses.

  • Online learning 24/7

    RETP aims to support busy health professionals with flexible training options. Participants can easily access RETP online courses anytime from anywhere on their own device.

  • Free for WAHTN Partners

    RETP training is freely available for all staff within the collaborative network of The Western Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN).

  • Quick and friendly support

    RETP Support is available to help participants with any IT issues related to the online courses.







What participants say about RETP courses:

“Excellent overview on GCP with stimulating method of presentation. Held my interest throughout.”

Professor Peter ThompsonDeputy Director Harry Perkins Institute

“The presentation was extremely clear, as was the distinction between international standards, Australian requirements and laws relevant to Western Australia.”

ParticipantGCP V.3

“I have found it to be invaluable, particularly as it is a resource that can be accessed at a time that is most suitable for the user, I can refresh on any of the components that I have already completed if I need to.”

B. Lee FyfeClinical Nurse, Neurogenetic Clinic, Royal Perth Bentley Group

“I recently completed the GCP training, which in part is common sense, but a great all round refresher of good practice. I have studied through a university for research methods, data analysis etc. and submitted my research project proposal. With hindsight, I would have been far better prepared if I had done GCP training early on in my research project.
I would strongly advocate the training to any novice researcher to do as early as possible! The modules and content are very easy to navigate and very user-friendly. Thank you for making this freely available – a great resource.”

Melanie WrightProject Coordinator and A/Manager REG Unit, Office of the Chief Executive, South Metropolitan Health Service

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