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For clinical research professionals who are conducting clinical trials and need to be aware of the Good Clinical Practice (GCP)

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The course meets the required standards for ICH GCP Investigator site personnel training, identified by Transcelerate Biopharma to enable mutual recognition of GCP training among trial sponsors.

This interactive “GCP in Action” course looks at the practical aspects of GCP and how it is applied in your day to day work.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Describe the purpose of GCP
  • Outline the significant milestones in the history of GCP development
  • Review the respective responsibilities of Sponsors, Investigators and Ethics Committees in the context of GCP
  • State the purpose of the EU Clinical Trial Regulation and Directives
  • Outline the requirements of the UK statutory instruments highlighting changes as a result of the Regulation
  • Describe the practical applications of GCP

These courses are free and open to all staff who have an interest in research (doctors, dentists, nurses, research assistants etc.) working in or associated with North and West London Trusts.

The workshops will take place on Zoom, for further course details, and registration please follow the links.

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Organiser Noclor Joint NHS Research Office

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Noclor is the Research Support Service for CNWL. We aim to ensure that high quality research, which will make a real impact on patient care, is successful in securing funding and is supported through to completion. Our work is shaped by the Treasury’s Plan for Growth; current local priorities and existing areas of research excellence include mental health, sexual health and primary care. We aim to promote and support high quality research in these areas and are also responsible for providing research management and governance in this area. ​

To find out more please go to our website noclor.nhs.uk

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