Good Clinical Practice
Essential knowledge for all research, ethics and clinical trial professionals.
“I had reservations about attending without having much experience with clinical trials – but the information presented was accessible and interesting. The anecdotal stories throughout also helped make some of the conceptual information more tangible. I really enjoyed the session and found real value in attending.”
Alison Harwood, HREC Officer, University of Adelaide
“This workshop was exactly what I needed. It reinforced and explained on things I already knew and opened my eyes to areas that I need to know more about. [The facilitator] was personable, engaging and provided plenty of practical examples and anecdotes from real world experience and I could see how my situation related to the GCP principles with the help of those bridges to reality.”
Julia, Wunderlich, Senior Clinical Research Fellow, Bionics Institute
How can you protect the safety of trial participants and ensure your study complies with local laws and regulations?
By keeping your Good Clinical Practice (GCP) knowledge up to date.
This immersive, interactive workshop will introduce you to GCP principles and the roles and responsibilities of all those involved in conducting research. It will also help you understand the importance of research conduct and why following GCP leads to excellent science, quality data, reducing risk and most importantly, keeping participants safe.
By strengthening your knowledge of GCP, you can ensure that your data is reliable and can be used in future studies or treatments.
You can claim 3 CPD points from this workshop.
What will you learn?
At the completion of this session, you will be able to:
Melinda Goldman has extensive experience in the Clinical Trials sector, working on both pharmaceutical and medical device studies, for industry-sponsored and grant-based studies. Melinda has a background in site business development, start-up management, clinical trial finance and participant recruitment. She has over 12-years’ experience in clinical trials and operations management, backed by a track-record in business development and a Bachelor of Business Management.
Melinda is the Senior Projects Manager with PRAXIS Australia. She leads the PRAXIS’s national Clinical Trial Coordinator Internship Program and supports research staff with their research training needs. She is passionate about education for clinical professionals to ensure sustainability for research sites in Australia.
$599pp plus GST
*Savings available for group enrolments and for PRAXIS partner organisations.
Next Virtual Workshop
Wednesday, 1st May 2024: 10.00am – 14.00pm
Need training on demand?
This session can also be conducted virtually or at your location for groups of 10 or more. Ask us about this today.
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