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The New ICH GCP E6 R2 Guideline

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Who should attend?

The course is relevant for professionals working in clinical research/clinical operations, regulatory affairs and pharmacoviglance in pharmaceutical, biotechnology, CRO, regulatory authorities and study sites including investigator initiated studies involved in clinical trials. It will also be of interest to those departments who liaise/support clinical trial personnel (such as clinical trial supply, quality assurance, document management, legal, and all other professionals who want to know more about the new ICH GCP (R2) guideline.


Course Overview


With the new ICH GCP E6 Revision 2 changes now finalised and needing to be implemented, it is important for organisations running clinical trials to understand the changes, the reasons behind them, and how they will be affected.

The new guideline includes a number of “hot” GCP inspection topics which are also covered in a number of other EU and FDA guidelines and documents, such as risk-based approaches for running clinical trials. These new approaches are aimed at increasing efficiency and reducing costs of clinical trials.

This course will cover these new requirements for running clinical trials, evaluate the changes and discuss how to implement these for sponsors, CROs and study sites. This will enable you to meet the new international GCP standard to ensure the acceptance of clinical trial data by the regulatory authorities internationally including the European Union (EU), Japan, the United States, Canada and Switzerland. 




Leigh White

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