Washington University’s Good Clinical Practice Policy requires all investigators and staff who are engaged in the conduct, oversight, and/or management of clinical trials be trained in Good Clinical Practice (GCP) every three years. This virtual in-person session satisfies the requirements for initial and/or refresher training.
Andrea M. Morris
Manager, Human Research Quality Assurance Program (HRQA)
Other methods of GCP completion include (see the GCP Registration Guide):
- Completing a CITI GCP course online (approximately 4-6 hours to complete)
- Completing a qualifying NIH GCP training course online (approximately 4-6 hours to complete)
This in-person training complies with the expectations set by the NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) for GCP training for CTSA Consortium Hubs and meets the minimum criteria for International Council on Harmonization (ICH) GCP E6, R1 and R2 training including: GCP Overview and Definitions, the Principles of ICH GCP, IRB/Investigator/and Sponsor Responsibilities, Clinical Trail Protocol and Protocol Amendments, Investigator Brochure and Essential Documents for the Conduct of Clinical Trials.
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