Below you will find details and information of the upcoming training courses and events in relation to Clinical Trials and Clinical Research. The courses are designed for all KCL, KCH IOP/ SLAM and Guy's and St. Thomas' Trust staff involved in the conduct of clinical trials with an IMP (drug) known as CTIMPs. Please contact Kings Health Partners CTO Clinical Trials Training Team to register on to a course.
“Good clinical practice is a set of internationally recognised ethical and scientific quality requirements which must be observed for designing, conducting, recording and reporting clinical trials that involve the participation of human subjects.”
All staff involved in Clinical Trial research are required by law to be qualified by education, training, and experience to perform his or her respective task(s). This requires all staff to attend GCP training.
The EU Clinical Trials Directive (2001/20/EC) was transposed into UK legislation in April 2004 and became effective on the 1st May 2004. The original UK regulations were amended in August 2006 to incorporate the EU Good Clinical Practice Directive (2005/28/EC). The legislation does NOT differentiate between commercial or academic clinical trials and must be followed by all staff involved in the conduct of clinical trials with an IMP (drug) known as CTIMPs.
The King's Health Partners Clinical Trials Office provides two training sessions for GCP, an initial Half day session and a subsequent shorter Refresher session:
If you have not previously attended a GCP session, you need the Half Day course; please click below for details:
If you have previously attended the half day course, you need the Refresher course; please click below for details:
Clinical Laboratory staff analysing clinical trial samples, you need the Laboratory course; please click below for details:
Ancillary staff having contact with clinical trial participants, you need the Light course; please click below for further details:
Pharmacy staff having contact with clinical trials, you need the Pharmacy course; please click below for further details: