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Trial Investigator Training

Online Training in Good Clinical Practices Introduction to Clinical Drug Development Process: ICH/FDA Good Clinical Practice for Clinical Trial Sites

There are many resources that support training for clinical trials investigators and their team members.
Before participating in a clinical trial you'll need to have a good understanding of Good Clinical Practices (GCP) - the principles and processes clinical trial team members and their investigators must follow to protect patient safety and privacy, and to ensure collection of reliable, valid data for regulatory submission.

Quintiles provides basic GCP training through our Study Network!

Please visit: and go to Physicians & Health Professionals / Investigator Training. Once you have entered this site you can find user instructions with regards to registration and how to launch the training modules. Please read this information carefully. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your contact person/monitor of Quintiles.

General information regarding the training
 The online educational program contains six (6) one-hour modules designed for clinical and research staff. These modules will provide you with the information that you need to successfully implement a clinical trial at your site. As you go through the modules, there will be didactic information as well as exercises and assessment questions.

Completion of this educational program you will allow you to:
  • Apply Good Clinical Practice in the conduct of clinical trials at your site:
  • Identify the parties involved in clinical research and describe their roles and responsibilities
  • Locate GCP references and use them in resolving issues that arise at your site,and
  • Recognize the importance of adherence to GCP by all research staff in order to prevent research misconduct and pass inspections and audits.

This educational program is accredited for five (5) hours of Catego•ry 1 CME credit or six (6) contact hours (1 per module) of CEU credit.