Coordinating and Monitoring Cl

Course Description

This course is designed to give the student comprehensive knowledge in coordinating and monitoring clinical trials and clinical trials research. Emphasis is placed on understanding regulations, good clinical practice, an overview of research, standard operating procedure, data documentation, preparing and working with subjects, monitoring clinical trials and study closure.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand regulations affiliated with a clinical trial.
  • Understand submission of Institutional Review Boards (IRB).
  • Defined informed consent.
  • Have a fundamental knowledge of Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
  • Write a Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Assess a clinical research site.
  • Recruit and retain clinical subjects.
  • Develop and implement Case Report Forms (CRF).
  • Open and close a clinical study.
  • Define and report adverse events and monitor a study for safety.

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School of Health and Human Services

“Our faculty members are nationally recognized across a broad spectrum of health profession disciplines and prepare students for success in the ever-evolving health care field.”
School of Health and Human Services
Sarah H. and Caryl F.
Class of 2019, Military Servicemember and Class of 2019, respectively