Ethics and GCP Forum


The ICR Ethics & GCP forum is the ICR's flagship event attracting a combined audience of over 500 delegates. The secret of its success is the dedication of the Team that plan the content of each forum. The Forum is held twice a year, once in Spring and the second in Autumn. This major Clinical Research Forum is one that should not be missed with regular speakers from The HRA, NIHR, and the MHRA . All the speakers give their time for free . 

 

Our next Ethics & GCP Forum will take place on Wednesday the 27th of November 2019 at UCL, 33 Queens Square, London - bookings now open.

 

Click here to book your place for November's Ethics and GCP Forum.

 

Provisional Agenda

09:00    Registration
10:00    Welcome

           
Ethics Forum

10:15    MHRA Update
Dr Alina Casian, Clinical Assessor, MHRA Clinical Trials Unit
 
11:00    Update on HRA Approval and HRA Activity
Janet Messer, Director of Approvals Service, HRA


11:45    EMA Trial Master File Guideline
Paul Strickland
Strickland Quality Assurance Ltd          
 
12:15    Sandwich Lunch
 
GCP Forum

13:30    Data Integrity - a Project Manager's Perspective
Lucielle Mansfield
QRC Consultants Ltd
 
14.15    Medical Device Regulation
Keith Summerhayes
MDCRQ Solutions Ltd
 
15:00    Comfort Break
 
15:15    Key GCP Updates
GCP Steering Committee
 
16:00    Close  

 

Click here to download a Provisional Agenda 

 

About the Ethics and GCP Forums

For over 20 years the Institute of Clinical Research has been proud to support the Ethics & GCP Forums as they strive to bring up to date, hot of the press news from the HRA, MHRA and speakers. The Ethics and GCP Forums are led and organised totally by volunteers who give their time freely, with The Institute playing a supportive administrative role.  

We often receive feedback that talks about various aspects of the varied Venues that we use. The Secretariat does it’s upmost to ensure the environment in which the Ethics & GCP Forum is held are as comfortable as is possible. Please be aware that we, that the ICR Secretariat have little or no control over the following

  • Microphones and AV
  • Environmental conditions (Both internally and externally)
  • Food and catering.

 Pre course questionnaires

These are vital to the smooth running of day. We endeavor to pass your questions to the relevant speakers and any dietary requirements to the Venues Catering Team.

 What happens to my feedback forms?

 These are immediately scanned by the Secretariat upon our return to the office and emailed to the Forums committees. An executive summary is prepared and again sent onto the members of the committees

 

Based on the feedback the committees plan the next Ethics & GCP Forum.

  • Dates are set
  • Speakers are approached
  • An agenda is set

 

 Ethics & GCP will be held on 27th November 2019 at Queens Square, UCL - Bookings will be announced soon. 

 

Pricing 

ICR Members - £40

Guests - £50

 

Presentations from the Ethics & GCP Forum held on 11th April 2019

Welcome Presentation 

MHRA Update - Kirsty Wydenbach

Update on HRA Approval & HRA Activity - Janet Messer

Ethics Committee Insights - Heidi Chandler 

Patient and Public Involvement in Clinical Research - Dr Amanda Stranks

Patient-Centricity - Sarah Durston

Key GCP Updates 

 

 

Each Ethics & GCP Forum closes with an up to the minute summary of the changes that have or will be taking place  prepared and presented by the Team. A light buffet lunch is available to delegates

Over the years the Forum has covered such topics as Trial Master Files , Putting Humans at the centre of compliance and quality, Clinical Trial Controversies , Changes in R&D Approval, , Ethical issues on determining the true consequences of research and seeking fair consent , The New costing template for NHS research  

The Ethics & GCP Forum continues to strive to deliver up to date information on what is happening.

  • Keep up to date with current ethical and clinical research issues
  • Learn about new industry and regulatory initiatives
  • Hear key industry figures speak about their specialist fields
  • Network with fellow clinical research professionals.