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CLINICAL RESEARCH TRAINING

GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE COURSE

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

 
Objectives:
 
Learners will be able to recall significant events in history that influenced clinical research, match significant advances in regulation to what caused them, and explain the continued importance of research regulations.

Learners will be able to define and explain Good Clinical Practice, identify the various guidelines and standards that comprise GCP, and describe the principles of the Belmont Report.

Learners will be able to recall the elements of the FAIR Shake Method, apply the method to potential compliance concerns, and understand the importance of supporting recommendations with the FAIR Shake Method.

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will receive 1.75 continuing education contact hours.

COURSES

The History of Clinical Research - (60 minutes)
Introduction to Good Clinical Practice - (40 minutes)
The FAIR Shake(TM) Method - (35 minutes)

Training Solutions For These Roles

This course provides an introduction to the main tenets of good clinical practice as well as a history of clinical research and the importance of research standards

TYPE

Online – Train on Your Own Time


CEUs

1.75 hours (.175 CEUs)

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