The GRS Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Course is designed to prepare both investigators and research staff for the conduct of clinical trials with human participants.
The intent of this training program is to define the Minimum Criteria for Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training of investigators and site personnel (based upon ICH E6 R2). To satisfy these Minimum Criteria, the training includes an overview of GCP, the principles of ICH-GCP, and investigator responsibilities.
The course is self-paced and takes approximately 2 – 4 hours to complete. A course administrator will issue a personalised GCP training certificate upon completion of the training course.
Course enrolment is free. Please complete the registration form below to create a student account and enrol.
1. Introduction to Clinical Trials
2. Good Clinical Practice – An Overview
3. The Australian Regulatory Environment
4. Roles and Responsibilities
5. Investigator Qualifications and Agreements
7. Medical Care of Trial Subjects
8. Communication with HREC
9. Compliance with Protocol
10. Investigational Products
11. Randomization Procedures and Unblinding
12. Informed Consent of Trial Participants
13. Records and Reports
14. Progress Reporting and Final Reports
15. Safety Reporting
16. Premature Termination or Suspension of Trial
The GRS GCP course and certificate are compliant with the Mutual Recognition (MR) Program for ICH E6 Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Training developed by the TransCelerate Site Qualification and Training (SQT) Initiative. This enables professional recognition of GCP training within the clinical research industry. Read more about GCP Mutual Recognition here.
The GRS Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Course is recommended by:
Confirmation of registration will be emailed to you.
To reduce the spread of COVID 19, we will be contacting participants before their appointments to ensure they are well. In order to protect both participants and staff, we have implemented daily temperature checking for all. This continuous monitoring is the only way to reduce the incidence of infection. We trust you understand that we have your best interests at heart and hope you stay well.