DIA On the Go eLearning Programs

DIA offers many eLearning programs that can help you advance your knowledge in the areas of clinical trials, drug safety, drug development, medical communications, and more.

For the clinical research professional, DIA offers the Clinical Trial Fundamentals eLearning Program, which is DIA's newest program is designed to provide a practical context to help clinical research professionals learn more about conducting clinical trials.

For more information on DIA's eLearning programs, please visit their site at diaglobal.org.

Streamline Over-reporting to IRBs

ACRP Training and Development is hosting a live webinar on how to streamline over-reporting to IRBs.

IRBs are over-burdened with reports not required by federal regulation. Study sites are often confused about reporting requirements and err on the side of "caution" by over-reporting.

DIA Webinar: Developing Clinically Meaningful Patient-Focused Outcome Measures

Explore the statutory and regulatory provisions governing FDA standards of safety and effectiveness, including its flexibility in applying the standards. This webinar will focus on the four types of clinical outcome measures: Patient-reported outcome (PRO), clinician-reported outcome (ClinRO), observer-reported outcome (OBsR), and performance outcome (PerfO).

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ACRP Training and Development: Project Management for Clinical Research Professionals

This 2-day live course provides detailed, practical guidance on the project management skills used by effective study sponsors and contract research organizations and how to apply them in your trials.

Specifically designed for clinical research project management, this course will help you gain a broader perspective of the clinical trial lifecycle – and increase productivity and revenue – through examples and exercises developed from real-world pharmaceutical research scenarios.

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Free Good Clinical Practice App from ACRP!

Download ACRP GCP app – GCPartner – free now to quickly and easily access up-to-date GCP guidelines, bookmark and highlight sections important to you, and save personal notes for future reference.

This free app is available for download on Google Play and in the App Store: http://bit.ly/1UfvhdH

DIA 2016, A Gathering of Global Proportions

Don't miss DIA 2016, being held this year at the Pennsylvania Convention Center (Philadelphia, PA), June 26-30. This is a unique opportunity to interact with a number of diverse professionals and is packed with 175+ educational offerings on today's hottest topics. DIA 2016 brings together key thought leaders and innovators from industry, academia, government, and regulatory agencies, health, patient, and philanthropic organizations from around the globe.

FDA's Role in Public Health: Drug Efficacy, Safety, Quality, and Beyond

This activity explains how U.S. public health policy has influenced and shaped the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) protections that Americans have come to expect, provides an overview of FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, or CDER’s, role in the regulation of new drug development, marketed drugs, quality testing, and post-market surveillance, and identifies new directions for the human drug regulatory process in the United States.

Click here for course information: http://fdadrugregulations.e-paga.com

GCP Training Mutual Recognition

The TransCelerate Site Qualification and Training (SQT) Initiative has developed a mutual recognition program for ICH E6 Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Training, targeted to investigator site personnel. TransCelerate Member Companies have developed guidelines to give innovative drug companies the comfort necessary to accept and rely on Member Companies’ and Training Provider’s investigator site personnel ICH GCP training meeting identified Minimum Criteria.

eLearnings by ACRP

ACRP has several eLearnings available for the clinical research professional. You can choose from many categories including:

Clinical Research Essentials
- Fundamentals of Clinical Research
- Mastering the Event Reporting Cycle: Understanding Your Impact on Patient Safety
- Theory to Practice: Operationalize Your Clinical Study Protocol
- The Drug Development Process: Improving Trial Feasibility and Exploring Your Growth Potential

DIA eLearning Portfolio

DIA has an eLearning portfolio of more than 80 modules tailored to professionals from around the world who are involved in the discovery, development, and life cycle management of pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and related medical products.

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