Clinical research in health institutions is an increasingly frequent activity that allows professionals to innovate and update their knowledge at the same time that medicine and biomedical knowledge advances. However, the healthcare professional who in turn conducts research, requires specific training, beyond self-taught activity, in order to be rigorous and to know well the requirements of their research work from an ethical and legal perspective, as well as a technical one. , seeking scientific excellence. The main objective of the course is to offer basic and essential training to clinical researchers in the methodology of different types of research, especially in the application of the Standards of Good Clinical Practice. Course participants must understand the dynamics of carrying out the research project, understanding the differences between types of research, between a test protocol and other types of study, and if necessary to develop them. They must also monitor the trial or study, and make the final report. All activities will be carried out in accordance with the Standards of Good Clinical Practice, which form the conceptual nucleus of this pedagogical activity and which are based on respect for the ethical principles, internationally agreed upon, that should govern clinical research.