This accredited, multi-media course provides training to expand your career in clinical trial monitoring and study management. With the knowledge and job skills gained, you can help meet the ever-growing demand for trained clinical study professionals.
The ANCC certificate course will uniquely qualify you to work at doctor’s offices, clinics, hospitals and pharma companies to help develop exciting state-of-art therapeutics in biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medi al devices.
This independent study course emphasizes current practices in use by professionals around the globe. Learn human trial methods and their practical application including:
- Worldwide Regulations and guiding U.S. and international standards
- Develop a clinical trial protocol
- Design and complete a proper informed consent
- Identify and report adverse experiences
- Achieve successful IEC/IRB approvals
- Select ideal investigators and clinical trial sites
- Establish balanced study budgets
- Properly initiate and train new staff
- Master monitoring visits
- Optimize case and study data reporting
- Account for test articles
- Prepare for audits and regulatory dossiers
- Job search advice and résumé assistance.
- Prepare and build confidence for job interviews related to clinical trials.
- Introduces career options such as CRA, CRC, data manager, study coordinator, auditor.
Tuition includes CD with video lectures, textbook, regulatory reference manual and shipping. Support for student questions is always available through email and teleconference. Convenient video lectures with captioned slides run on any PC with a CD-ROM. No need for high-speed connection. Delaware Valley College allows up to four months to complete 10 chapters and two open-book exams.
For more information, call 215-489- 2436. Technical or content questions related to course should be directed to Juliet Wheatley, Director of Education-University Programs, Applied Quality Solutions at email@example.com.
Begins May 16
Course # ALH170-001
To enroll in this course, complete the registration form or call 215-489-4848.