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F50 Essentials of Clinical Trial Monitoring

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Who should attend?

This course is for all those involved in clinical research monitoring. It covers a wide range of topics and is designed for those who have been in the role for only a few months as well as the experienced CRA.


This practical course defines the role of the clinical research monitor and explains the interaction with others in key roles as part of the clinical trial process as well as exploring the more complex aspects of clinical trial monitoring. Guidance will be given on best practices for selecting investigators, conducting monitoring visits and safety reporting. Delegates will explore strategies for dealing with common clinical trial management issues and how to adopt a preventative approach to handling monitoring issues. The course also summarises the essential documentation required during the clinical trial and gives an introduction to the key requirements of clinical trial project management. The course uses a blend of trainer input, exercises and delegate interaction.

• Define the roles and responsibilities of Monitors, Sponsors, Investigators and Ethics Committees
• Describe the key criteria for selecting investigators
• Summarise the preparation, conduct and follow-up of the major types of monitoring visit
• Define the requirements for safety reporting
• Prioritise tasks
• Apply risk based techniques to monitoring


ICR Member - 450GBP (credit card 463.50GBP) ICR Member (Academic/Freelance) - 350GBP (credit card 360.50GBP) Guest - 550GBP (credit card 566.50GBP)


Jo Hall

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