Good Clinical Practices, Informed Consent and IRB (GCIC)

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Good Clinical Practices, Informed Consent and IRB (GCIC)

3 Students Enrolled

This Program is designed by industry experts for students and young professionals. The training provides in depth knowledge about clinical trials, its practices followed, Informed content process and Institutional Review Board role.

Our Programs are delivered in SIP model for convenience of student:
Self-Paced Individual Program (SIP)
Skill and Job Oriented Certificate programs, delivered as Self-Paced Online with project solutions.

Category: Clinical Research Price: $499.59 (CAD) Duration: 10 Days Language: English
Admission Requirements:

Recommended: An Associate or Bachelor's degree in Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public health Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Clinical Research, Biomedical engineering, Public health, Pharmacology, or toxicology, Medical Device & Technology, Psychology, Sociology and Healthcare Administration.

Application:

Please Email your resume to Human Resources qpdc@qtech-solutions.ca to check on your eligibility. We will contact you. Qtech's objective is to provide you the right career pathway and advancement required to meet your career goals. Qualified candidates will have the opportunity to avail of our Post Training Assistance (PTA Program) for getting prepared and finding jobs.

Learning Outcomes:
  1. We adapt guidelines followed by American-FDA (US Food and Drug Administration), European-EMA (European Medicines Agency) and Canadian-Health
  2. Presentations with voice-over and detailed online material
  3. Mix of quizzes for practice, quizzes as test, Discussion based questions and various job-related exercises, along with solutions.
  4. Learn on-demand, upgraded content that helps you stay up do date.
  5. Applying Concept into Real-time (Policies, governance and tools)
  6. Earn a Course Completion Certificate to showcase in your resume
Curriculum
LIST OF LESSONS
Good Clinical Practices and ICH Guidelines
Subject Recruitment Process and Informed Consent
Informed Consent Preparation
Institutional Review Board (IRB)
FDA Regulations
Informed Consent Form
IRB Regulatory Correspondence
  • Curriculum Overview