Good Clinical Practice: Conducting Clinical Trials

This is an in-house seminar designed for companies / institutions working within the biopharmaceutical research industry, who would like to train their internal staff on the selected topic. To save travel costs for your employees the seminar can be held at the location of your choice.

Parexel Academy can arrange these in-house seminars following either our standard seminar programs or tailored to your particular needs. From experience, we consider that the optimum length for this seminar is 2 days.

To learn more about our programs and customized training options, or request a free proposal, contact us to discuss your needs and desired goals.

Good Clinical Practice: Conducting Clinical Trials

Aim

Very few professionals working in clinical research or drug development have the opportunity to follow a clinical trial from design to closure. This seminar provides a broad overview of key aspects of conducting a clinical trial from the point of Good Clinical Practice (GCP).

Your benefits

This course provides an overview of the regulatory systems currently in operation and an understanding of the rationale for those systems.

Starting with the history of medicinal product regulations and the need for ethics, the course explains the regulatory aspects of clinical development and the purpose and impact of different regulations on the conduct of clinical research. Practical applications of GCP are explored including informed consent and safety reporting.