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Course Detail

GCP002A - Good Clinical Practice GCP Full course Split over two half days

UPDATE Aug 2020 - Due to the pandemic we continue to put interim measures in place to deliver the Good Clinical Practice Full course in a new blended and MS Teams based format. To that end, we would require you to complete the NIHR 'Introduction to GCP eLearning' (please use link prior to the session. Please could you email me a copy of the certificate ahead of the online course or you will be unable to attend the sessions.

The NIHR course will establish a firm foundation focusing on delivery of research at a site level but the JRMO tutorials will include the information needed for CI responsibilities, BH and QM sponsorship requirements and JRMO SOPs which is why, in addition to the NIHR eLearning, we have also arranged two mandatory MS Teams based tutorials of 1hr - 1.5hr.

You will receive a diary invite for access to the tutorial - please use QMUL or email addresses as your email address will be visible. If any problems, please contact Rhona Atkin, Clinical Trials Facilitator in JRMO on who is setting up the diary invites.


This course is suitable for all new researchers conducting trials of a medicinal products (drug trials). If you have not previously attended a GCP course and you are currently or likely to be working on one or more Clinical Trials of Investigational Medicinal Products (CTIMPS/drug trials) then you are required to take the GCP (Full Course).

If you are expecting to be working on both CTIMP and non-CTIMP studies this is also the appropriate course for you, as it covers the general guidance and principles that apply to both types of research. However, if you are not expecting to work on any CTIMPs now or in the future, you may find the Research Governance Framework Course more applicable to your research.

All CTIMPs carried out in the UK are governed by the Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trials) Regulations (Statutory Instrument 1031-2004). All staff working on CTIMP studies must be trained in the Principles of Good Clinical Practice and the Regulations and their application to research.
This course provides the attendee with an explanation of why Clinical Trials Regulations were introduced, a short description of the regulations and what constitutes Good Clinical Practice.
This course is available for at staff who work for Queen Mary’s University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust, and who will not be charged . Delegates must register before the course and will be issued a certificate upon completion of the course.


Provided by: Joint Research Management Office


Day 1

Date: Wednesday 11 November 2020

Venue: Online - MSTeams, Microsoft Teams Meeting, Web/Online

Time: 13:00 - 15:00

Day 2

Date: Thursday 12 November 2020

Venue: Online - MSTeams, Microsoft Teams Meeting, Web/Online

Time: 13:00 - 15:00


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