Management of the trial process requires a fluidity of steps and a systematic approach for the successful conduct of a clinical trial. This virtual workshop aims to guide the participant through all the steps of clinical trials from the development of the study drug, the regulatory requirements, planning, training, conduct and closing as well as the key role players in each stage. Images of an experienced research site will be shared with appropriate organogram as well as a discussion regarding the role of the research nurse.
Upon completion of this workshop, you will have an understanding of:
Where does the research process begin?
The sequence of phases in a clinical trial
An overview of the three clinical trial stages
What constitutes a literature review and why you might undertake one
Key points to consider in the management and planning of clinical trials
The role of clinical trial centres
The role of the research nurse in clinical trials
08:30 am - 15:30 pm GMT+1 (London, UK / Abuja, Nigeria)
09:30 am - 16:30 pm GMT+2 (South Africa)
Ms Brenda Wright, Independent Consultant, Regional Monitor & Project Manager
Brenda Wright Clinical Trials Services (BWCTS)
Ms Karen Cloete, Head of Quality, Regulatory and Academy
Task Applied Science
Maximum Participants: 500