Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is the
international ethical, scientific and practical standard to which all
clinical research is conducted. Compliance with GCP provides public
assurance that the rights, safety and wellbeing of research participants
are protected and that research data are reliable.
Everyone involved in the conduct of clinical research must be competent to perform their tasks, qualified by education, training and experience.
This module is delivered by The Global Health Network
In this module we will describe some of the practicalities associated with setting up FALCON as your hospital, such as establishing your site office, your site team and ways to identify eligible patients
This module will teach you about the FALCON intervention
This module is delivered by The NIHR Unit on Global Surgery, The University of Birmingham and The Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit
This module covers:
- when should patients be followed-up
- who should perform patient follow-up
- how should follow-up be completed
This module is delivered by the NIHR Unit on Global Surgery, University of Birmingham and Birmingham Clinical Trials Unit