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Monitoring oncology clinical trials requires advanced skills, including understanding and maintaining complete regulatory documents; protocol & data integrity; patient safety; and the successful completion of the clinical trial within the sponsor’s/CRO’s and medical site’s goals, all within the framework of good clinical practices (GCPs). Students are exposed to key regulatory documents, IND safety reports, MedWatch reports, various IRB submissions/requirements, and federal guidelines. Also covered: responsibilities of clinical research personnel; correlation of concomitant medications; tumor assessments; assessing and grading toxicities; cancer-specific SAE; & SAE reporting.

Other Credits : BRN: 27 CE hours.

  • NOTE  Prerequisites: Understanding Oncology. Elective for Professional Certificate.

  • COURSE NUMBER  FPM-40494
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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