Introduction to Clinical Research Course
If you have any new staff or colleagues requiring training, we are running another course this year.
Datapharm Australia together will Caledonian Clinical Training will be running their highly acclaimed two day Introduction to Clinical Research Course in Sydney on the 26th & 27th October 2016.
You are a relatively new Study Coordinator and have limited experience in conducting clinical trials (a few weeks experience helps with your understanding of course concepts). It can be overwhelming when you first start and this two-day course gives you both a broad overview of clinical research activities and regulations, as well as more in-depth information on key Study Coordinator responsibilities. You will learn about the essential activities that contribute to a successful clinical trial including Good Clinical Practice, ethics, informed consent, clinical trial planning, managing essential documents, quality in clinical trials, data collection (particularly source documentation) and managing adverse event reporting. You will understand what you have to do and how to interpret the particular requirements of Good Clinical Practice and other relevant regulations. It is not enough just to be doing activities, it is critical to understand why you are doing them. This helps you to develop processes and practical approaches that are efficient and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
The trainer, Eleanor Allan, has over 19 years experience in training clinical research personnel. The course will be interactive and include time for questions and discussion.
• Drug development process & overview of Australian clinical trial regulations
• GCP & GCP responsibilities
• Ethics in clinical trials
• Informed consent
• Quality in clinical trials
• Clinical trial management
• Data collection & trial management
• Safety assessments in clinical trials
The cost of the 2 day course is $990, the venue will be in the CBD.
To register please click on the website link below: