Agent GCP and the Bloody Consent Form Guidebook
Agent GCP is THE way to learn FDA regulations. The exciting, suspenseful, and sometimes zany plot of a murder in a clinical trial is interweaved with interactivity and teaching of FDA regulations in an unforgettable manner. At the completion, learners will have obtained a superb knowledge of informed consent and IRB regulations. This course covers all the regulations on informed consent procedures and Institutional Review Boards (IRBs)—that is, Good Clinical Practices in 45 CFR 46, 21 CFR 50, 21 CFR 56, and other regulations. It is useful for any person or organization participating in clinical trials. The book contains useful aids including a glossary, a list of resources, model consent forms, and texts of regulations. Those readers who wish to have an accompanying program with interactivity should also purchase the CD version.
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