Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is an international quality standard for designing, conducting, and reporting clinical trials involving human subjects. GCP is the core of clinical research, since it assures that the integrity of the patients has been protected and that the clinical data are reliable.
If you need to learn the basics of GCP or you’re looking to refresh your GCP skills, check out these classroom and eLearning courses offered by Läkemedelsakademin.
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