Product Id: 705360
This FDA compliance training will cover in detail the new requirements for trial master files including documents related to clinical trials that are required to be prepared, collected and maintained as part of the TMF.
Product Id: 703552
This clinical research webinar will explore the reasoning that formulates null hypotheses and turns researchers’ hair gray. Attendees will learn the why and how of the scientific method and how to view the world with a statistician’s eyes. Also attendees will learn the possibilities and limitations of research questions and hypothesis development, how to interpret statistical findings with p-values, effect sizes, and confidence intervals.
Dr. Afsaneh Motamed Khorasani
Product Id: 705131
This webinar will detail a step-by-step procedure on how to write a practical, effective and compliant Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), review and revise SOPs and maintain compliance over the course of the SOP life-time.
Product Id: 704516
This training program will review a case study derived from actual inspections wherein FDA performed a sponsor site inspection having already audited three of the investigator sites. FDA was aware from these site audits of potential serious noncompliance issues. The course will also discuss Sponsor/CRO/investigator relationship issues from these three site audits.
Product Id: 705052
This Webinar will help you how to ensure that your data and supporting documentation are in the appropriate format to comply with regulatory authority inspection. Risk based monitoring can contribute to better oversight and more efficient use of resources of clinical studies.
John E Lincoln
Product Id: 702766
This webinar on avoiding serious FDA 483s will explain FDA's changed audit focus based on recent top 483 findings and provide practical tips on how to better prepare your company's internal audit program to avoid serious Form 483 observations.
Product Id: 704517
This training program will offer insight into where extractables and leachables come from. Attendees will learn the regulatory expectations and trends for extractables and leachables in early phase development and learn which products may require E&L data in early phases. The program will also focus on how to design programs to meet the needs of early phase development – i.e. phase appropriate E&L programs.
Product Id: 705349
This webinar will review the CTD format requirements including documentation and technical requirements for an eCTD submissions. It will help attendees prepare for implementing the FDA upcoming mandates on e-submissions.
Product Id: 705170
This webinar will discuss best practices for preparing for an international announced inspection as well as how to be always prepared for those in the US who may be inspected at any time. It also discusses the various roles of the persons who will be assisting during the inspection and suggests how to organize support personnel to aid in keeping the inspection going smoothly and identify and address issues before FDA sees them.
Sarah Fowler Dixon
Product Id: 705451
This webinar will provide an understanding of the data integrity and data lifecycle within the GxP environment. Attendees will learn best practices to comply with the current regulations and industry standards for electronic data integrity throughout the data lifecycle.
Sarah Fowler Dixon
Product Id: 705453
This webinar will discuss some common literacy trends, issues with consent documents and tips to enhance the consent process.
Product Id: 705408
This webinar will cover background information and history of clinical research and drug development, followed by review of the federal regulations, International Council for Harmonisation (ICH), and Good Clinical Practices (GCP) that apply to clinical research.
Rachelle D Souza
Product Id: 704906
This webinar will discuss FDA’s current recommendations on using electronic health records in prospective clinical investigations of human drugs, biologics, medical devices and combination products.
Charles H Pierce
Product Id: 704842
This webinar will discuss the expectations of Phase 1 'First-in-Man' clinical studies, contrast the testing of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, differentiate safety testing in Phase 1 and 3 and describe the process of establishing the starting dose.
Product Id: 704989
This New ICH GCP E6 Revision 2 changes will cover those new requirements for running clinical trials, evaluate the changes and discuss how to implement these for sponsors, CROs and study sites. This session will enable you to meet the new international GCP standard to ensure the acceptance of clinical trial data by the regulatory authorities internationally including the European Union (EU), Japan, the United States, Canada and Switzerland.
Product Id: 702406
This clinical compliance training will help attendees understand how they can develop and implement a Quality Assurance (QA) program at their clinical research site that ensures the staff are properly trained and that the research is carried out in accordance with regulatory expectations.
Product Id: 704953
This webinar will teach you how to downsize the risk of noncompliance during the development of a clinical trial by helping you to understand, correct and prevent potential protocol deviations/violations.
Product Id: 702332
This 60-minute webinar will help you understand what the true costs are for completing a clinical study and the unanticipated costs that may arise. You will learn about costs that a sponsor must include in a budget and costs that a site bears in the conduct of clinical research.
Product Id: 702999
This FDA documentation webinar will explain the regulatory expectations for, and the proper design and maintenance of effective and compliant standard operating procedures (SOPs).
Robert J Russell
Product Id: 703758
This course will present attendees with a clear understanding of the new processes and requirements for EU sponsors of clinical trials as the new regulation is published, rolled-out and implemented by the Member States, the European Medicines Agency and the European Commission.