|J42 Clinical Trial Administration - Beyond the Basics
25 November 2020
THIS COURSE WILL RUN ONLINE VIA ZOOM
Clinical Trial Administrators are at the heart of any project team and play an essential role in the clinical trial process. This course gives an in-depth look into some of the aspects of clinical trials. It aims to give an understanding of the history and
evolution of clinical research.
Delegates will be guided through the essential documents required at each stage of the clinical trial process and their respective functions, an outline of the key roles and functions, and explores how the role of the CTA fits into the clinical trial process.
The course also gives further insight into the EU legislation governing trials, ethics committees, audits and inspections, using and creating SOPs, auditing and archiving. The course will utilise trainer input, exercises, and delegate interaction.
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|J31 Introduction To Clinical Trials & Clinical Trials Practice
01 to 03 December 2020
||Burnham Beeches Hotel
THIS COURSE HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO NATIONAL LOCKDOWN
An Introduction to Clinical Trials and Clinical Trial Practice, the ICR’s flagship training course, is accredited by Cranfield University. This highly practical course explores the relevance of clinical research in drug development and summarises the ethical
and regulatory requirements for clinical trials. It covers clinical trial methodology and summarises the principles of Good Clinical Practice. The course gives an overview of the various aspects of clinical research and will be of interest to all members of
the clinical study team. It uses a combination of lectures, tutorials and group workshops. Delegates receive a comprehensive workbook and a copy of ICH GCP guidelines. The content of the course will equip delegates to sit the ICR Certificate examination.