Introduction to good research practice (online)
Course in good research practice (GRP) for ‘non-CTIMP’ research
If you are planning to run a ‘non-CTIMP’ research study this introductory course is for you. Not all research is subject to clinical trials regulations, but the same standards of conduct apply.
This course in Good Research Practice covers the legislation that applies to ‘non-CTIMP’ research, along with the detailed principles of good practice in clinical research studies. This three-hour online course consists of trainer-led presentations, short video talks from those experienced in the conduct of clinical research and interactive exercises.
The course is run by the experienced research support specialists from the University of Oxford and Oxford University Hospital’s Joint Research Office.
Join this online presentation through Microsoft Teams for an overview of:
- Purpose of Good Research Practice including historical background
- Difference between Clinical care and Research practice
- Ethical and Regulatory Considerations in the UK
- Research Study Requirements and Documentation
- Research Study Conduct and Management
How to book a place
Contact Mark Crossley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Online presentation through Microsoft Teams, with practical exercises and time for questions:
- Presentation session: 9.30am to 1.00pm in four parts with short breaks
- Q&A session and time for additional discussion: 1.00pm to 1:30pm (optional)
One session per month on Wednesdays or as required
Wednesday 16th Feb 22
Wednesday 16th March 22
Wednesday 27th April 22
Wednesday 18th May 22
Wednesday 22nd June 22
What is needed
To attend the session you will need to have the Microsoft Teams desktop app installed, or log in with a browser (must be Chrome or Edge). You will need a webcam and microphone with speakers or headset. You need to be online with a reliable internet connection. An invitation to join the Teams session will be emailed to you when your place and the session are confirmed.
JRO - (Research Governance, Ethics and Assurance, RGEA team at OU and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Research & Development, OUH R&D team)