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Workshop on Good Clinical Practice (GCP)

WINGS and Career Center M, invites all interested to a full day course on clinical tests and Good Clinical Practice (GCP) on January 20th 2016 from 9:00-15:30.

The one day course introduce Good Clinical Practice, lead by the R&D Center Skåne / Clinincal Study Support at Region Skåne, where they administer and conduct clinical trials on daily basis.

The course content includes introduction to GCP as well a practical test on how to work with clinical trials and GCP:

  • -  What is a clinical trial?

  • -  What permits are needed?

  • -  From preclinical research to clinical tests on humans

  • -  How to work with clinical trials

  • -  How to prepare documents, using clinincaltrials.gov

  • -  Quality control

  • -  Economy, what services are offered at Region Skåne?

     

If you are interested, sign up here, since the course has a limit of 25 particpants. You will be notified of acceptance by the 12th of January.

 

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