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Clinical Research Training at the National Institutes of Health is a 4 hour course designed to teach Principal Investigators at the NIH the following:
- To be aware of the ethical issues involved in human subjects research;
- To become familiar with the roles and responsibilities of the investigator and institution when conducting clinical research in the NIH intramural research program;
- To have an understanding of FDA oversight of clinical research; and,
- To become familiar with how developments in science and health are reported by the media and how to work effectively with reporters. It is a cross-browser, cross-platform course and features extensive data tracking and administrative reporting capabilities.
Good Clinical Practice от National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network (CTN)
Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is an international ethical and scientific standard for conducting biomedical and behavioral research involving human participants. This standard provides assurance that 1.) The rights, safety, well being, and confidentiality of trial participants are protected. 2.) The data collected in clinical trials, as well as the reported results of clinical trials, are credible and accurate.
The CTN requires anyone directly involved in the design or conduct of research involving human participants to complete this GCP training. The course is self-paced and takes approximately 6 hours to complete and consists of 12 modules, each discussing a specific GCP standard.при регистрации в полях "Node Number" и "Staff Number" указать любые числа.
Human Participant Protections: Education for Research Teams
This free, web-based course presents information about the rights and welfare of human participants in research. The two-hour tutorial is designed for those involved in conducting research involving human participants. It satisfies the NIH human subjects training requirement for obtaining Federal Funds. You will have the option of printing a certificate of completion from your computer upon completing the course.