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Research Skills Seminar – Introduction to Good Clinical Practice
Do you work in clinical research? A key requirement for everyone involved in the conduct of research involving human participants is regular Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training.
GCP provides the ethical and scientific standards and guidelines by which all research is conducted and essential for all involved to know and apply.
This seminar will cover key components of GCP including responsibilities, approvals, informed consent, documents, data management, safety and adverse events.
If you are new to GCP or need a refresher, then this is a great opportunity to cover the basics in just an hour.
Presenter: Natalie Barber
Natalie Barber is the Head, Research Governance and Platforms at the Telethon Kids Institute. She has vast experience in the running of clinical trials and human research from the Pharmaceutical Industry and the NHS in the UK. She is an experienced teacher of GCP and is looking forward to the challenge of covering this important topic in record time.
Please register online to attend the seminar, choosing one of the three attendance modes available:
1. Attend at the seminar venue at Princess Margaret Hospital
2. Attend a hosted videoconference site at one of the following locations:
- Fiona Stanley Hospital
- Royal Perth Hospital
- Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
*If you would like your host a regular videoconference at your site, please contact us.
3. Online via scopia and your PC
A video recording of the presentation is available until 22 July 2016.
After participating in the seminar – please complete a short 2-min online evaluation
This seminar is part of the Research Skills Seminar Series 2016 jointly hosted by the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation and the WA Department for Health, in collaboration with the WA Health Translation Network.
For further infromation email ResearchSkillsSeminar@health.wa.gov.au