Step 3 – Are you suitable trained to conduct research?

Are you suitably trained to conduct the research?

 

Every member of the research team will need to be trained in Good Clinical Practice (GCP).  GCP training will introduce the principles of ICH GCP by outlining key areas of research such as:

  • Responsibilities of the sponsor
  • Responsibilities of the principal investigator
  • Management of a Trials Master File (TMF) and/or an Investigator Site File (ISF)
  • The essential documents required by a study to be compliant
  • Informed consent
  • Ethical and regulatory requirements

 

Evidence of GCP training is a statutory requirement at the Royal Surrey to conduct clinical research.  This training is to be updated every 2 years.

Introduction to GCP and update GCP training is available to all RSCH employees involved in research.

Dates for GCP training can be found by clicking here.

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