Course Detail

GCP008 - Good Clinical Practice for Interventional or Research studies

This course is suitable if you are conducting health research involving humans, but are not conducting an MHRA regulated trial (drug or device). More specifically you have not previously attended a Research or GCP training session and are not expecting to work on any regulated Trial (those involving licensed or unlicensed medicines, novel devices or advanced therapies such as Stem cells or gene therapy.

For example you may be working on qualitative research i.e. questionnaires and interviews, or on studies limited to working on previously collected human tissue or data, CE marked medical devices, surgical studies, studies where the participant is treated by ultrasound or exercise or studies where the participants undergo new imaging or more frequent imaging. This is not an all - inclusive list.

This course will not permit the attendee to work on MHRA regulated trials.
This course provides the attendee with an explanation of why Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and the UK's Research Governance Framework were introduced and provide a description of both documents.The course will cover information to new researchers regarding Research Ethics including the consenting process, the current regulations on Data Protection.

This course is available for at staff who work for Queen Mary’s University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust free of charge. External attendees should contact Research.training @bartshealth.nhs.uk regarding payment of a course fee prior to booking
Delegates must register before the course and will be issued a certificate upon completion of the course.

Delegates must register before the course and will be issued a certificate upon completion of the course.

Objectives

Provided by: Joint Research Management Office

Details

Date: Wednesday 23 January 2019

Venue: Innovation Lec Theatre, W, Queen Mary's Innovation Centre, 5 Walden Street, Whitechapel

Time: 12:30 - 17:00


Tutor

  • Mrs M Good