ICH-GCP: Good Clinical Practice for Study Nurses and Study Coordinators
This intensive course teaches the basic principles of clinical research, and gives thorough insight into how clinical trials are conducted in hospitals and doctor’s practices. It also takes an in-depth look at recent developments in the field of clinical research and the latest legal and regulatory guidelines. Through the extensive use of authentic, blinded study documents and task-based learning, participants gain first-hand experience of the tasks required of a Study Nurse or Study Coordinator.
Good Clinical Practice: Conducting Clinical Trials
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).
Project Management for Clinical Trials
Efficient and well-structured project management is the basis for a successful clinical trial. On completion of this very practical course you will appreciate the pivotal role of a Project Manager in clinical trials. You will recognize the importance of being able to lead and motivate a team, and of possessing excellent time management, communication and negotiation skills.
Business English for Clinical Trials
The operational language of clinical research is English. It is not just protocols and case report forms which are in English: most e-mail correspondence, telephone conferences and meetings are conducted in English. This two-day seminar is aimed at non-native speakers who wish to improve their English for business purposes in order to communicate effectively and confidently, both verbally and in writing, in everyday work situations.
Statistical Aspects of Clinical Trials
This seminar is designed specifically to enable nonstatisticians to understand statistical aspects of clinical trials. As well as learning how to communicate effectively with statisticians using statistical language, participants will obtain an understanding of the main concepts of statistical methodology sections in study protocols, reports and publications and will have the opportunity to explore key statistical aspects of the regulatory framework (ICH, EMEA, FDA) for clinical trials.
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