RRT 330: FDA Clinical Investigator Inspections

Content
10 modules

Rating

Course Length
15 mins

Instructor
Advarra University

Price
$95.00

Description

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has a comprehensive program of on-site inspections and data audits to monitor the conduct of reporting of FDA-regulated research. The aims of these programs are to provide uniform guidance and specific instructions for conducting clinical investigator inspections and to gather evidence to support the regulatory decision-making process. This course is designed to help clinical investigators understand the goals of the inspections, prepare for them, and how to conduct any post-inspection follow-up. 

Objectives

  • Understand the history and importance of the Bioresearch Monitoring Program
  • Understand the difference between routine and for cause inspections
  • Discover best practices for preparing for an inspection, participating in an inspection, and following up after the inspection. 

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Advarra Completion Certificate

1.
Overview of the FDA's Bioresearch Monitoring Program
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Clinical Investigators and the FDA's Authority to Inspect Them
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3.
Inspection Types and Assignments
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Notification of Inspection and Preparation
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The Focus of the Inspection
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Inspection Process
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Best Practices for a Clinical Investigator During the Inspection
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Post Inspection Activities: Clinical Investigator
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Post Inspection Activities: FDA
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Knowledge Assessment
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