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Introduction to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) elearning

RQA Member: USD ($) 133.00
Non-Member: USD ($) 173.00

Your Price: USD ($) 173.00

Course Information

This interactive online web-based course provides an introduction to Good Clinical Practice. The course is divided into the following six bite size learning Modules

  • The History of Good Clinical Practice
  • ICH GCP Guidelines - History and Introduction
  • Protocol, Sponsor Responsibilities and Essential Documents
  • Investigator Brochure, Ethics Committees and Investigator Responsibilities
  • European Union Clinical Trial Directives
  • Declaration of Helsinki

Each bite-size learning module is around 30 minutes in duration and includes self-assessment to confirm your gained knowledge.

Certificate

Once you have successfully passed the assessment (80% pass mark) you will receive a certificate in PDF format for your records. Please note that you will not have immediate access to this assessment.

Author

Barney Horne is the Senior Director of Quality Assurance at Daiichi Sankyo Development Ltd. He is a member of the RQA GCP Committee and represents RQA at the MHRA Consultative Committee. He is also a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and Drug Information Association.  

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