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The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is the primary resource for clinical research professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those in hospital,...
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The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is the primary resource for clinical research professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those in hospital, academic medical centers and physician office settings.
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) is the primary resource for clinical research professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries, and those in hospital, academic medical centers and physician office settings.
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ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course improves your monitoring skills by breaking down Good Clinical Practice (GCP) into four memorable categories (Verify, Ensure, Determine and Communicate) to enable easy recall...
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ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course improves your monitoring skills by breaking down Good Clinical Practice (GCP) into four memorable categories (Verify, Ensure, Determine and Communicate) to enable easy recall and application of the GCP E6 guideline during your work as a Clinical Research Associate (CRA). By providing you with real-world illustrations and examples of efficient, effective monitoring approaches, GCP for the Experienced CRA: Improving Monitoring Efficiency and Effectiveness improves your monitoring skills and as a result enhances your value as a CRA. This course fulfills most employer requirements for GCP training* and is ideal as preventative action, corrective action after monitoring-related audit/inspection findings, or to ensure a solid foundation of knowledge of the E6 guideline per the International Conference on Harmonization to support you in your ACRP Certification exam preparation. This course concludes with an application-based final quiz; pass with a minimum score of 80% and you will receive an official Certificate of Completion for your records.
ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course improves your monitoring skills by breaking down Good Clinical Practice (GCP) into four memorable categories (Verify, Ensure, Determine and Communicate) to enable easy recall and application of the GCP E6 guideline during your work as a Clinical Research Associate (CRA). By providing you with real-world illustrations and examples of efficient, effective monitoring approaches, GCP for the Experienced CRA: Improving Monitoring Efficiency and Effectiveness improves your monitoring skills and as a result enhances your value as a CRA. This course fulfills most employer requirements for GCP training* and is ideal as preventative action, corrective action after monitoring-related audit/inspection findings, or to ensure a solid foundation of knowledge of the E6 guideline per the International Conference on Harmonization to support you in your ACRP Certification exam preparation. This course concludes with an application-based final quiz; pass with a minimum score of 80% and you will receive an official Certificate of Completion for your records.
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ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course helps you, as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), avoid today's most common inspection findings through practical, memorable application of the Good Clinical Practice...
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ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course helps you, as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), avoid today's most common inspection findings through practical, memorable application of the Good Clinical Practice (GCP) E6 guideline, and as a result reduce risk and attract more clinical trials to your Investigator's research site. By highlighting today's most common inspection findings — and providing you with best practices, illustrations and examples to avoid them through correct application of GCP guidelines — GCP for the Experienced CRC: Partnering with Your Investigator to Reduce Risk and Avoid Common Inspection Findings will better prepare you for audits/inspections and enhance your value as a CRC.This course fulfills most employer requirements for GCP training* and is ideal as preventative action, corrective action after Investigator responsibility-related audit/inspection findings, or to ensure a solid foundation of knowledge of the E6 guideline per the International Conference on Harmonization to support you in your ACRP Certificationexam preparation. GCP for the Experienced CRC: Partnering with Your Investigator to Reduce Risk and Avoid Common Inspection Findings is now a TransCelerate-recognized training program. This course concludes with an application-based final quiz; pass with a minimum score of 80% and you will receive an official Certificate of Completion for your records.
ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course helps you, as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), avoid today's most common inspection findings through practical, memorable application of the Good Clinical Practice (GCP) E6 guideline, and as a result reduce risk and attract more clinical trials to your Investigator's research site. By highlighting today's most common inspection findings — and providing you with best practices, illustrations and examples to avoid them through correct application of GCP guidelines — GCP for the Experienced CRC: Partnering with Your Investigator to Reduce Risk and Avoid Common Inspection Findings will better prepare you for audits/inspections and enhance your value as a CRC.This course fulfills most employer requirements for GCP training* and is ideal as preventative action, corrective action after Investigator responsibility-related audit/inspection findings, or to ensure a solid foundation of knowledge of the E6 guideline per the International Conference on Harmonization to support you in your ACRP Certificationexam preparation. GCP for the Experienced CRC: Partnering with Your Investigator to Reduce Risk and Avoid Common Inspection Findings is now a TransCelerate-recognized training program. This course concludes with an application-based final quiz; pass with a minimum score of 80% and you will receive an official Certificate of Completion for your records.
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ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course helps you, as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), avoid today's most common inspection findings through practical, memorable application of the Good Clinical Practice...
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ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course helps you, as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), avoid today's most common inspection findings through practical, memorable application of the Good Clinical Practice (GCP) E6 guideline, and as a result reduce risk and attract more clinical trials to your Investigator's research site. By highlighting today's most common inspection findings — and providing you with best practices, illustrations and examples to avoid them through correct application of GCP guidelines — GCP for the Experienced CRC: Partnering with Your Investigator to Reduce Risk and Avoid Common Inspection Findings will better prepare you for audits/inspections and enhance your value as a CRC. This course fulfills most employer requirements for GCP training* and is ideal as preventative action, corrective action after Investigator responsibility-related audit/inspection findings, or to ensure a solid foundation of knowledge of the E6 guideline per the International Conference on Harmonization to support you in your ACRP Certification exam preparation. GCP for the Experienced CRC: Partnering with Your Investigator to Reduce Risk and Avoid Common Inspection Findings is now a TransCelerate-recognized training program. This course concludes with an application-based final quiz; pass with a minimum score of 80% and you will receive an official Certificate of Completion for your records.
ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course helps you, as a Clinical Research Coordinator (CRC), avoid today's most common inspection findings through practical, memorable application of the Good Clinical Practice (GCP) E6 guideline, and as a result reduce risk and attract more clinical trials to your Investigator's research site. By highlighting today's most common inspection findings — and providing you with best practices, illustrations and examples to avoid them through correct application of GCP guidelines — GCP for the Experienced CRC: Partnering with Your Investigator to Reduce Risk and Avoid Common Inspection Findings will better prepare you for audits/inspections and enhance your value as a CRC. This course fulfills most employer requirements for GCP training* and is ideal as preventative action, corrective action after Investigator responsibility-related audit/inspection findings, or to ensure a solid foundation of knowledge of the E6 guideline per the International Conference on Harmonization to support you in your ACRP Certification exam preparation. GCP for the Experienced CRC: Partnering with Your Investigator to Reduce Risk and Avoid Common Inspection Findings is now a TransCelerate-recognized training program. This course concludes with an application-based final quiz; pass with a minimum score of 80% and you will receive an official Certificate of Completion for your records.
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You need to complete and pass Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training, and you know you already have the necessary knowledge and skills but you have no way to prove it… Think again! This fun game assesses your...
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You need to complete and pass Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training, and you know you already have the necessary knowledge and skills but you have no way to prove it… Think again! This fun game assesses your GCP knowledge, application, and analysis skills, and provides you with verification for your employer. Progress through four increasingly difficult levels of GCP questioning and ultimately earn your ‘Gold Badge’ confirmation of GCP knowledge. Each level consists of 25 questions and you must answer at least 80% of each level’s questions correctly to progress through the game.
You need to complete and pass Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training, and you know you already have the necessary knowledge and skills but you have no way to prove it… Think again! This fun game assesses your GCP knowledge, application, and analysis skills, and provides you with verification for your employer. Progress through four increasingly difficult levels of GCP questioning and ultimately earn your ‘Gold Badge’ confirmation of GCP knowledge. Each level consists of 25 questions and you must answer at least 80% of each level’s questions correctly to progress through the game.
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Produced by: ACRP - Association of Clinical Research Professionals
ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course equips you with not only an understanding of the core concepts of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) but how to put those concepts into action through a series of ongoing...
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ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course equips you with not only an understanding of the core concepts of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) but how to put those concepts into action through a series of ongoing "knowledge checks" and real-world scenarios likely to be encountered during a clinical trial. Good Clinical Practice: An Introduction to ICH GCP Guidelines provides formal training on the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) Guidelines for GCP, the globally recognized standard for the conduct of clinical trials, for clinical research professionals with less than 1 year of experience. The concludes with an application-based final assessment; pass with a minimum score of 80% and you will receive an official Certificate of Completion for your records and as evidence of compliance with any mandatory training requirements.
ACRP's on-demand eLearning Course equips you with not only an understanding of the core concepts of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) but how to put those concepts into action through a series of ongoing "knowledge checks" and real-world scenarios likely to be encountered during a clinical trial. Good Clinical Practice: An Introduction to ICH GCP Guidelines provides formal training on the International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) Guidelines for GCP, the globally recognized standard for the conduct of clinical trials, for clinical research professionals with less than 1 year of experience. The concludes with an application-based final assessment; pass with a minimum score of 80% and you will receive an official Certificate of Completion for your records and as evidence of compliance with any mandatory training requirements.
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Produced by: ACRP - Association of Clinical Research Professionals