Unima College Of Medicine BASIC GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE 2017

By | January 2, 2017

Unima College Of Medicine BASIC GOOD CLINICAL PRACTICE 2017

Facilitation:  Research Support  Centre
Dates:  18- 20 January,2017
Venue:  College of Medicine, Research  Support  Centre  Conference Room
Course fee:  $275  per participant
Course Outline
The course is offered by Research Support Centre (RSC), a centre with renowned history of delivering high quality training courses and services in clinical trial monitoring, Data Management and communication. RSC’s courses are delivered by highly qualified facilitators, guaranteeing the trainees of invaluable training standards.
Target Audience
Investigators, Clinical Trial Managers & Coordinators, Study Clinicians, Medical Doctors, Clinical Officers, Medical Assistants, Research Nurses, Laboratory Technicians, Laboratory Assistants, Data Managers, Data Officers, Trial Coordinators, Field Officers and all interested Health Professionals.
About the course: This course will cover 12 modules and an assessment.

  • Phases of Clinical Research
  • Key Players in Clinical Trials,
  • Principles of Good Clinical Practice (GCP)
  • Clinical Research Protocol,
  •  Ethics Committees and Regulatory Authorities,
  •  Managing Investigational Product
  • Adverse Events – Safety Reporting,
  •  Principles of Documentation,
  • Monitoring, Audits and Inspections,
  • Quality control and Quality Assurance
  • Site preparation and Management

Course fees cover course material, lunch and refreshments.
Prerequisite: clinical research experience
If you need more information, send an email to info@medcol.mw (with a copy torscinformationunit@gmail.com) or call on +265 (0) 888 366 394/ +265 (0)993 137 527. You can also visit our website: http://www.rsc.medcol.mw/?page_id=16
Application deadline: Applications should be submitted to rsccourses@medcol.mw(with a copy to rscinformationunit@gmail.com) no later than Monday, 16th January, 2017.

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