Diploma in ICH-GCP managed trials

Get a thorough understanding of ICH-GCP as well as the statutory and practical aspects of executing and monitoring clinical drug trials

14. Mar 2022
26. Sep 2022

3 days course

Danish

18,450 DKK ex VAT
(app. 2,481 EUR ex VAT)
50% DISCOUNT FOR PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

Summary

In this course you will get a thorough understanding of ICH-GCP as well as the statutory and practical aspects of executing and monitoring clinical drug trials in Denmark. The course will consist of presentations from authorities and experts in clinical trials complemented by group work and cases.

The starting point of this course is current legislation and guidelines and the different roles and responsibility of monitors and investigators/study nurses. Furthermore, focus will be on site management from the site and sponsor’s/CRO’s point of view, giving you a unique opportunity to optimize your collaboration with your partners.

To achieve a diploma you have to pass the exam of the course, which is held approximately four weeks after the course. The exam must be purchased separately. If you do not complete the exam, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.

OTHER COURSE PARTICIPANTS SAY:

"It was a very well-planned course with good lectures and course leaders who had a great overview and managed the course very well."

Pernille Videbæk Pedersen, GCP-Koordinator, Aarhus Universitet.


"It was a very well-structured course, which academically had a high level." 

Pernille Skovby, National Koordinator for DanPedMed.


Please note:

  • This course replaces Diploma in GCP for project nurses and Diploma in GCP for CRA/monitors

Keywords

  • Good Clinical Practice ICH-GCP 
  • National legislation
  • Audit and inspection
  • Clinical trial data handling
  • Essential documents
  • Monitoring
  • Safety reporting
  • Study drug handling
  • Site management from site and sponsor’s/CRO’s perspective
  • Collaboration with the industry

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Course leader(s) & Lecturer(s)

  • Birgitte Horst
    Course leader
    Auditor, GCP-koordinator
    GCP-Enheden
  • Mette Aamand Sørensen
    Course leader
    Principal Competency Development Specialist, DVM, PhD
    Novo Nordisk A/S
  • Eva Gjerlevsen Harreskov
    Lecturer
    Clinical Trial Data Manager
    Novo Nordisk A/S
  • Lone Roslev
    Lecturer
    Clinical Trial Manager/CR
    KLIFO A/S
  • Lene Grejs Petersen
    Lecturer
    Chefkonsulent
    Lægemiddelstyrelsen
  • Karen Kiilerich
    Lecturer
    Specialkonsulent
    National Videnskabsetisk Komité
  • Malene Hansen
    Lecturer
    Risk Based Monitoring Specialist
    Novo Nordisk A/S
  • Charlotte Calov
    Lecturer
    Head of the GCP Unit at Odense University Hospital
    GCP-enheden ved Odense Universitetshospital
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IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?

This Diploma is basic education targeting monitors, study nurses and investigators new to role.

Site staff: 1-2 years’ experience.

Monitors: ½-1 years’ experience.

What you will learn

  1. How to comply with the ICH-GCP and other clinical trial related regulations and guidelines, when conducting and monitoring clinical trials.
  2. What the roles of the involved authorities are – and how to interact both as investigator and as sponsor
  3. How roles and responsibilities are defined for sponsor/CRO and site - and how you can optimize the collaboration between the involved partners
  4. How to collect, monitor and file clinical trial related data throughout the clinical trial
  5. The importance of timely and accurate management of safety data
  6. The importance of correct handling of study medication from packaging to destruction

What your company will get

  1. A GCP professional who knows the essence of current ICH-GCP and how to ensure compliance
  2. A GCP professional who can provide valuable input to other team members regarding ICH-GCP guidelines and relevant regulations
  3. A GCP professional who knows the principles and practical aspects of effective site monitoring
  4. An employee who knows how the importance of good collaboration with relevant stakeholders in clinical trials
  5. An employee who understands the responsibilities and duties of both investigator and sponsor

Course calendar

Choose your starting date
Starting 14. Mar 2022
Starting 26. Sep 2022
14. Mar 2022 9:30-17:30

DAY 1

  • Basic study design
  • ICH-GCP
    • The role and responsibility of investigators
    • Investigator’s oversight (R2)
    • The role and responsibility of sponsors
  • Group work
  • Involved authorities
  1. The Danish Medicines Agency
  2. The Privacy Act
  3. The National Committee on Health Research Ethics
15. Mar 2022 8:30-17:00

DAY 2

  • Essential documents
    • Protocol
    • ICF
    • Delegation log
    • Site file - Contract + SOP contracts
    • Areas of responsibilities for site and monitor
    • Clinical trial data handling (collection)
    • Standards for trial data
    • Standards for record keeping
    • CRF
    • Source data list
  • Workshop
  • Safety reporting
    • Definitions - Standards for reporting
    • Areas of responsibilities for site and monitor
  • Handling of medicine in clinical trials
    • Distribution of roles – site vs. monitor
    • Accountability
    • Recipient control on site
    • Labeling incl. add-on labeling
    • Destruction
    • Annex 13
16. Mar 2022 8:30-15:00

DAY 3

  • Clinical trial data handling (monitoring)
    • Access to electronic patient journals
    • Risk based monitoring - SDV/SDR - Data management
  • Practical monitoring and collaboration between monitor and site
Practical information

Related exams

8. Apr 2022 9:00-12:00
Go to exam page

Registration

Registration deadline
7. Mar 2022
Atrium
Lersø Parkallé 101
2100 København Ø
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26. Sep 2022 9:30-17:30

DAY 1

  • Basic study design
  • ICH-GCP
    • The role and responsibility of investigators
    • Investigator’s oversight (R2)
    • The role and responsibility of sponsors
  • Group work
  • Involved authorities
  1. The Danish Medicines Agency
  2. The Privacy Act
  3. The National Committee on Health Research Ethics
27. Sep 2022 8:30-17:00

DAY 2

  • Essential documents
    • Protocol
    • ICF
    • Delegation log
    • Site file - Contract + SOP contracts
    • Areas of responsibilities for site and monitor
    • Clinical trial data handling (collection)
    • Standards for trial data
    • Standards for record keeping
    • CRF
    • Source data list
  • Workshop
  • Safety reporting
    • Definitions - Standards for reporting
    • Areas of responsibilities for site and monitor
  • Handling of medicine in clinical trials
    • Distribution of roles – site vs. monitor
    • Accountability
    • Recipient control on site
    • Labeling incl. add-on labeling
    • Destruction
    • Annex 13
28. Sep 2022 8:30-15:00

DAY 3

  • Clinical trial data handling (monitoring)
    • Access to electronic patient journals
    • Risk based monitoring - SDV/SDR - Data management
  • Practical monitoring and collaboration between monitor and site
Practical information

Related exams

28. Oct 2022 9:00-12:00
Go to exam page

Registration

Registration deadline
19. Sep 2022
Atrium
Lersø Parkallé 101
2100 København Ø
Register
26 - 28 Sep
Sometimes things change. This is the expected programme.

Course information

Literature

Prior to the course you will get access to mandatory and optional readings via your personal Atrium log-in.

Please familiarize yourself with the mandatory readings before starting the course.

The mandatory readings are also part of the examination syllabus.

Prerequisites

Experience with contractual relations in clinical trials is an advantage, but not a requirement.

Examination

The exam  is held online, usually 4-6 weeks after the course.

You will receive a link with exam questions via your personal Atrium log-in.

In order to participate in the exam, you must have attended the course.

Course leader(s)

Birgitte Horst
Auditor, GCP-koordinator
GCP-Enheden
Mette Aamand Sørensen
Principal Competency Development Specialist, DVM, PhD
Novo Nordisk A/S

Lecturer(s)

Eva Gjerlevsen Harreskov
Clinical Trial Data Manager
Novo Nordisk A/S
Lone Roslev
Clinical Trial Manager/CR
KLIFO A/S
Lene Grejs Petersen
Chefkonsulent
Lægemiddelstyrelsen
Karen Kiilerich
Specialkonsulent
National Videnskabsetisk Komité
Malene Hansen
Risk Based Monitoring Specialist
Novo Nordisk A/S
Charlotte Calov
Head of the GCP Unit at Odense University Hospital
GCP-enheden ved Odense Universitetshospital

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