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GCP Training Course is Now Ready and Free

Pharma Lessons Ltd
Posted on: 08 Dec 17

Pharma Lessons is proud to announce that its premier online GCP Training course has been completed. The training covers the international ICH Good Clinical Practice guidelines and regulations. Access to the materials is completely free and does not require registration or any personal information. All GCP training chapters can be easily reached through the main menu of the company’s website.

The course itself is in the form of short presentations which are quite easy to digest. Each chapter contains only the most essential information which keeps the training tight and engaging. The whole product is an effort the convert the extensive GCP subject into a short and pleasant learning tool. The company promises to expand the chapters with real life scenarios and practical examples which will be the real benefit for the trainees. They will be able to understand how theoretical knowledge applies in the real world.

The new completely free GCP training is available at:

Pharma Lessons is working on a number of other free courses that will be released shortly after the premier GCP course. The mission of this online portal is to provide as many free pharmaceutical training courses as possible and become the main hub for all people involved in clinical research that seek to improve their knowledge without spending any of their money.

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John Mcneil
Pharma Lessons Ltd

Last updated on: 08/12/2017

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