Do I Have to Take a Particular Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Training Program to Meet NIH Policy Expectations?

The NIH GCP policy does not specify that a particular GCP course or program be taken. The policy includes links to GCP training courses sponsored by NIAID and NIDAexternal link icon. In addition, NCATS has developed a GCP training program geared to behavioral clinical trial investigators. These courses are free of charge. Other free courses as well as fee-based courses are available.

For more information read the NIH Guide notice announcing the policy and other related FAQs.

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3 thoughts on “Do I Have to Take a Particular Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Training Program to Meet NIH Policy Expectations?

  1. Courses like good clinical practice are quite significant because they are meant to meet the regulatory requirements of FDA, MHRA and EMA.

    • The NIH GCP policy does not specify that a particular GCP course or program be taken. The links above point to sample free and online resources for such training. For more information read the NIH Guide notice announcing the policy and other related FAQs, linked above.

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