About the event
Book your place now with the early bird rate as spaces fill up fast. Attendees will be eligible for CPD points.
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The GCP symposium is for regulators and members of the commercial/non-commercial research community to discuss the latest hot topics and regulatory updates in good clinical practice.
The event is an opportunity for delegates to:
- keep up to date with GCP requirements and MHRA expectations about the conduct of clinical trials
- learn about the quality issues affecting your organisation
- share concerns and best practice with others
- understand how to move away from burdensome, ineffective and costly compliance models and provide smart solutions to issues encountered regularly by inspectors and research professionals
- recognise commonly seen GCP deficiencies and learn how to improve compliance in your organisation
- discover what your peers are doing through managed interactive sessions
- meet the GCP Inspectorate team and have the opportunity to ask questions on specific aspects affecting your organisation
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Who should attend?
The symposium is relevant to those sponsoring and managing clinical trial activities in the commercial and non-commercial setting including:
- clinical trial pharmacists and technicians
- staff collecting, reviewing and reporting clinical trial data including investigators and research nurses
- clinical trial co-ordinators and monitors
- anyone planning, conducting, reporting, publishing clinical trials
Date and location
Tuesday 29 September 2015 9:15am to 5:00pm
Macdonald Burlington Hotel
126 New Street
Early-bird non-commercial rate: £240 + VAT
Early-bird industry rate of £495+VAT
These rates are available until 5:00 pm on 14th August 2015.
Once registered you can send questions to the panel to help shape the content of the event.
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MHRA is also hosting the good laboratory practice and clinical laboratory symposium on 30 September 2015.