Auditing in Clinical Research
GMS BT 360
Clinical research auditing ensures that the rights, safety, and well being of the study subject have been protected and the clinical study data are credible. Auditing clinical trial activities provides the strict oversight of performance with the ultimate goal of having a successful submission and identifying opportunities for improvement. In this practical course, students will learn how to prepare and conduct audits, write audit observations, create an audit report and review audit report responses. In addition, students will learn how to manage audits by an outside agency. Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines and regulatory requirements will be reviewed along with exploring the concept of a quality system and the writing of audit program Standard Operating Procedure (SOP). Developing an audit plan will be an emphasis. Group discussions and role- playing will be used to develop practical audit techniques. This class should prepare a student for an introductory auditing position within clinical research.
FALL 2012 Schedule
|A1||Tobia||L 213||R 5:30 pm-8:30 pm||72 E Concord St