Joint Research Office
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Biomedical research centre courses for 2013
The Education and Training theme seeks to provide outstanding educational and professional development opportunities for clinical and translational researchers within UCLH, UCL and the Royal Free.
Good Clinical Practice - for all staff involved in clinical trials of investigational medicinal products
Join us for our well evaluated GCP training course. This course is intended for staff new to clinical trials and offers a full day training. Here you will have the opportunity to learn all about good clinical practice including the most current guidelines. These workshops meet the needs of those people working at site to deliver research designed and managed by others. They are ideal for people delivering research in the NHS.
Are you an Investigator working on a Pfizer study?
The GCP Test for Investigators has been developed to meet Pfizer’s global GCP training requirements, reducing the need for Investigators to undertake multiple GCP courses. Your certificate from attending this course will last you two years.
Research Governance - For all staff involved in research using humans
This popular course is presented by Dr Sarah Edwards, along with speakers from the Joint Research Office.
Booking on to GCP or Research Governance
You can book a place on either of these courses by clicking on this Event Brite link
training can be completed online through the NIHR Clinical Research Network - please follow the link for more information.
Additional Information for GCP and Research Governance
- All courses are FREE to UCL/UCLH/Royal Free employees.
- Those wishing to attend outside of the organisations above will need to contact the course administrator.
- Venue and additional reading material will be made available to confirmed attendees 10 days before the course.
For any further information or queries please contact the course administrator on
JRO-courses(@)ucl.ac.uk on 020 3447 2178.