Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is an internationally recognised ethical and scientific quality standard that is applied to the design, conduct, performance, monitoring, auditing, recording, analysis and reporting of clinical trials. Compliance with GCP provides assurance that the rights, safety, and well-being of trial subjects are protected, and the results of the clinical trials are credible.
A basic understanding of Good Clinical Practice is requested by the international standards and requirements for anyone carrying out or involved with clinical research and clinical trials.
To help site staff understand the fundamentals of GCP, MKS Research now offers
The training program is organised and led by lecturers with extensive experience in clinical research, The course is guaranteed by the Czech clinical research specialist Dr. Eva Kráčmarová who is also involved in lecturing. Eva has collaborated on the currently available Czech edition of Professor David Hutchinson's popular guide 12 Golden GCP Rules for Investigators. Professor David Hutchinson is an internationally renowned teacher and writer specialising in clinical research and GCP. He has spent many years as an organiser and manager of clinical trials on new drugs. He has taught GCP to personnel from more than 50 countries worldwide, including investigators, research nurses, physicians and research associates in the pharmaceutical industry, university students, regulatory authorities and members of national Ethics Committees. He was founder of GCP Journal, and is currently Editor and publisher of CRAdvisor and CQAdvisor.
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