Good Clinical Practice

GCP Training for non-CTIMP Studies

The GCP for Non-CTIMPs Course will provide you with an understanding of the ethics and relevant guidance relating to Clinical Research.

If you are not working on CTIMPs (Clinical Trials of Investigational Medicinal Products) you are not required to be familiar with or adhere to the Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trials) Regulations, which are the focus of the CTIMP course. Instead we focus on the other regulations, guidance and processes which are applicable to Interventional Clinical Research.

If you are working solely on Non-Interventional Research, this may not be the most appropriate course for you. Please speak to your Sponsor about appropriate training and in addition consider the NIHR Research Methodology course.

Please note.This course does not meet the minimum training requirements for CTIMP studies. Therefore, if you are subsequently required to work on CTIMP studies, you will need to attend the CTIMP GCP Training Course.

If you think that this is the appropriate course for you, please select the booking form below.

Non-CTIMP Booking Form

If you are unsure or would like further guidance on appropriate training, please feel free to Contact Us.

Course Outline:

This three-hour course will provide staff with the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out high quality research and to satisfy the requirements of R&D departments.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the guidance that is relevant to your work
  • Be aware of the changes to the ethics process and the definition and responsibilities of the Sponsor and Investigator
  • Understand the requirements for Informed Consent
  • Understand the processes and significance of Pharmacovigilance / Safety Reporting
  • Define an Essential Document and understand the requirements for clinical trial documentation and data quality at the trial site
  • Understand what a monitor, auditor or inspector will look for when visiting a site

Accreditation:

This course has been accredited 3 CPD points from the Royal College of Physicians.

Costs:

This course is available for KCL, IoPPN, KCH, Guy’s, St Thomas’ and SLaM staff. This training is supported by the King's Health Partners Clinical Trials Office; therefore there is no charge to delegates.

 Dates & Venues:

  • Thursday 22nd June 2017
    Meeting Rooms 1-3
    KHP-CTO, 16th Floor, Tower Wing
    Guy's Hospital
    09:00-12:30

  • Thursday 25th July 2017
    Seminar Rooms A & B
    Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre (SGDP)
    Denmark Hill
    13:00-16:30

  • Wednesday 23rd August 2017
    Meeting Rooms 1-3
    KHP-CTO, 16th Floor, Tower Wing
    Guy's Hospital
    09:00-12:30