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Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is the internationally- recognized standard for the design, conduct, recording and reporting of clinical trials involving human subjects. Adherence to the principles of GCP is essential in ensuring ethical standards and scientific quality, while providing public assurance that the rights, safety and well-being of trial subjects are protected. This website focuses on the practical implementation of GCP standards, with an emphasis on training and development.



GCP Online Training

Barnett’s on-demand GCP refresher training focuses on the ICH Guideline for Good Clinical Practice, as it is the internationally recognized foundation for the conduct of clinical trials. Designed for those working in sponsor companies and CROs, Barnett’s content is based on a series of “challenge” scenarios, including real-life situations that are encountered at clinical research sites. As participants move through the scenarios, comprehensive core content, including ICH references, is available for detailed self-study. The course also includes an application-based post exam that covers the core content contained in the course. Participant scores are provided at the end of the course, and once successfully completed; participants are eligible to print a Barnett certificate which documents their completion of the 90 minute training module. Formal CEU certificates can also be obtained, if desired. 

Barnett's On-Demand

Too busy to attend a course? Our newly- released GCP eLearning course may be your solution. For details on our scenario- based practical GCP application on- demand course, click here


2016 GCP Question & Answer Guide

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July 2016 - January 2017 Edition Now Available  

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