Monitoring Approved Research
*Expanded and Updated!
This workshop will consider local regulatory requirements and guidance documents related to monitoring of ethically approved research and clinical trials.
This workshop will allow students to better understand the role, purpose and function of monitoring in clinical research, and the role and responsibility of the institution , HREC and other key stakeholders including researchers and research support staff.
Through group discussion and case scenarios, we will explore expectations and requirements so that all students have a clearer sense of the role of monitoring as a critical aspect of safe, reliable and high-quality clinical research practice.
We will also feature guest HREC and Sponsor speakers who will provide insight into the role of the HREC and Sponsor and the monitoring requirements that are stipulated under ICH GCP E6(R2), in order to ensure all participants leave with a comprehensive understanding of the role and responsibilities of all stakeholders.
These sessions are applicable to :
- HREC Executive Officers / Secretariat
- Research Administrators
- Research Governance and Integrity Officers
- Research Managers/coordinators
About the Facilitator
Dr Tim Dyke: Executive coach and facilitator.
Tim has had a diverse career with over 35 years that has been people and performance centred. Tim has also been an academic, a veterinary surgeon, a researcher, a principal scientist and has had 11 years as a senior executive in research ethics governance and policy for the NMHRC..
At the completion of this session, you will have a qualified understanding of the following:
$550pp plus GST
Discounts apply for group bookings of 10 or more.
2021 Virtual Workshop Dates
Friday, 22nd October: 0900am – 1400pm AEST/AEDT
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