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Introduction to Good Clinical Practice

Friday, 11th March 2022

Seminar Synopsis:

Good Clinical Practice (GCP) provides the ethical and scientific standards and guidelines by which all research is conducted, and is a requirement for all researchers to know and apply. This seminar covers key components of GCP including responsibilities, approvals, informed consent, document and data management, and reporting of adverse effects.

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Natalie Barber - Head, Research Governance and Platforms – Telethon Kids Institute Natalie Barber is the Head of Research Governance and Platforms at the Telethon Kids Institute. She has vast experience in running of clinical trials and human research from the Pharmaceutical Industry and the NHS in the UK. She is an experienced teacher of GCP and is looking forward to the challenge of covering this topic.

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This seminar will be pre-recorded and uploaded to our website on the release date

Register today to receive the presentation handout with additional useful resources.

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About the CAHS Research Education Program, Research Skills Seminar Series

The Research Education Program (REP) is an open access resource provided by the Child and Adolescent Health Service (CAHS), Department of Research and is generously supported by the PCH Foundation. The Program provides valuable educational resources to support staff and students of any clinical discipline and level of experience to undertake high quality, meaningful research.

The Program includes the Research Skills Seminar Series, REDCap workshops and resources and the Clinical Audit Handbook.

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The CAHS Research Education Program presents the Research Skills Seminar Series, hosted by the Child and Adolescent Health Service and supported by the Perth Children's Hospital Foundation.

We offer free, open-access learning opportunities on key topics across the research process, with comprehensive handouts including additional information and resources. All our Seminars can be attended during your lunch-hour and are broadcast live online through various hosted video-conference sites, and available for viewing on your PC or personal device via the Avaya Workplace application. Access past past recordings on our website, download a copy of the schedule.

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  • Phone: +61 8 6456 0514
  • Email: researcheducationprogram@health.wa.gov.au

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