Internationally recognised Good Clinical Practice training

We provide Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training for all site personnel  involved in delivering commercial research throughout the NHS in England, free of charge.

Our training programme has been developed with the support of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). It has also been added to the list of programmes mutually recognised by TransCelerate member companies, so you can feel confident that it meets UK regulatory requirements.

It also means that, when a study is placed at a site in the NHS, if the Principal Investigator and the research team have completed  GCP training provided by us, they will not be required to undertake further company-specific GCP training. This will help to streamline study set-up and allow research teams to focus on other important set-up activities such as pre-screening patients.

Our GCP training   is readily accessible across the whole of the NHS in a variety of formats.

What is TransCelerate BioPharma Inc.

TransCelerate BioPharma Inc. is a collaboration of global life sciences industry companies which aims to find solutions to common issues facing pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and further improve patient safety.

Ensuring that the people working on clinical research studies receive GCP training of a high standard is one such issue. To tackle this the TransCelerate members (which includes companies such as GSK, Pfizer and Roche)have developed guidelines for GCP training standards for research teams delivering studies. Our GCP training meets these standards.

What is Good Clinical Practice (GCP)?

The principles of ICH-GCP is an international standard for the conduct of clinical research. Undertaking clinical research in compliance with the principles of GCP provides assurance that the rights, safety and well-being of trial subjects are protected, and that the results of the clinical trials are credible and accurate.

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To learn more about how this training is provided visit the Good Clinical Practice section of our website.

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