GCP & ISO14155

  • What is needed to conduct a clinical trial?
  • Who is involved in a clinical trial?
  • What are the responsibilities of the different parties?
  • What happens before and after a clinical trial?
  • What are the differences in clinical research output between drug studies and medical device studies?
Valuable questions to which I will give the answer in the most practical way possible. So that after following this training you not only have obtained the answers, but also through exercises and practical examples you are able to apply the acquired knowledge and to translate it into the reality that applies to you.

After this training you will be able to:

  1. Identify the issues required for the design and conduct of a clinical trial
  2. Identify the different parties involved
  3. Clarify the responsibilities of the various parties
  4. Arrange the clinical trial planning in chronological order
  5. The identify differences in clinical research output between drug studies and medical device studies

Register for this training

By clicking on “register” below, you will see the training dates. You can fill in your details by clicking on the available date. After receipt of your payment you are registered and you will immediately receive the invoice.

Practical information:

Time: 2 full days from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm CET

There is sufficient time between the two training days to carry out the practical assignments

Target group: this training lays the foundation for professionals involved in clinical research with medical devices

Price: €1095, – excluding VAT per participant

Number of participants: min. 6, max. 12

Certificate: certificate of participation

Location: online (At location in Utrecht, The Netherlands is optional)

Language: the training is given in Dutch or English. Choice for an English-taught training must be indicated in advance. The course material is in English.

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