Below you will find details of forthcoming training courses and events offered by the King's Health Partners Clinical Trials Office. We offer a range of courses for all KCL, KCH IOP/ SLAM and Guy's and St. Thomas' Trust staff involved in the conduct of Clinical Trials and other Clinical Research. For further information, please contact King's Health Partners CTO Clinical Trials Training Team.
Good Clinical Practice is an internationally recognised ethical and scientific quality standard which must be observed for designing, conducting, recording and reporting clinical trials that involve the participation of human subjects.
All staff involved in Clinical Trials / Research are required to be qualified by education, training, and experience to perform their respective task(s). This requires all staff to attend GCP training.
The King's Health Partners Clinical Trials Office provides a variety of training sessions to meet the requirements of our staff:
If you have not previously attended a GCP session and you are either currently or likely to be working on one or more Clinical Trials of Investigation Medicinal Products (CTIMPS / drug trials) - you require the GCP & the Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trials) Regulations Course. Please click below for further details:
If you have not previously attended a GCP session and you are not expecting to work on any trials involving Investigational Medicinal Products (i.e. you will be working only on surgical, medical device or procedural studies) - you require the GCP for Non-CTIMPs Course. Please click below for further details:
If you are a member of Pharmacy Staff and will have contact with clinical trial products or patients - you require the GCP for Pharmacy Staff Course. Please click below for further details:
If you are a member of Clinical Laboratory staff analysing or processing clinical trial samples - you require the GCP for Laboratory Staff Course. Please click below for further details:
If you have previously attended GCP training but need to refresh/update your knowledge (as is required for all researchers every two years) - you require the GCP Refresher Course. Please click below for further details: