Good Clinical Practice for Devices

Module Code C5.08

Course Overview

The advancement of science and technology is increasing the complexity of the medical devices. Now is the time to ensure the medical devices in your research are both safe and effective to use. 

Our new GCP for Devices module will introduce you to the ISO 14155 International Standard and how it applies to your work, so you can ensure the devices you use are compliant with the latest regulations.

Strengthening your knowledge of ISO 14155 will ensure that your research is of a high standard and leads to excellent science, quality of data and reduced risk – all crucial for safe and effective medical devices.

This module has two pathways – for those who have not completed GCP training and for those who have.

This module also compliments our GCP for Medical Devices virtual workshop.

Participants can claim 3 CPD points on completion of this module.

PRAXIS maintains course content to ensure all information is current. Our GCP courses are up-to-date with current ICH regulations E6 (R2).

Further updates to GCP, E6 (R3) are anticipated to be confirmed in late 2025/2026.

PRAXIS will be updating course content when the changes are made.

How long will it take to complete?

This course takes on average 4-6 hours to complete.

Will I get a certificate of completion?

Yes! A certificate will be automatically issued once a minimum of 80% is achieved in the final quiz section of the module. You can download it immediately . The certificate will show evidence of this modules compliance with TransCelerate requirements.

When can I start?

You can begin at any time. This module is always open to enrolments as it is part of the Research Essentials training model.

What will you learn?

Note: Add Module Code C5.08 to the enrolment form where prompted


$198pp plus GST

*Savings available for group enrolments and for PRAXIS partner organisations.

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