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Good Clinical Practices

The good clinical practices (GCP) are a set of guidelines developed by International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) and finalized in May 1996. They represent a standard for the design, conduct, monitoring, recording, analyses, and reporting of clinical trials. The purpose of GCP guidelines is to ensure:

1. Rights, safety and confidentiality of subjects are protected
2. Accuracy and credibility of data collected

We strongly recommend GCP training for all SBoCK research staff on a regular basis (ie. annually). Courses may be offered by your local research ethics or institutional review boards. Please update your training records accordingly when finished.