Welsh Government

Good Research Practice for Social Care Researchers training course

24 June 2016   |   09:30 - 16:30   |   Wheldon Building, Bangor University   |   £0.00

This full day course applies the Good Clinical Practice (GCP) principles to social care research.

The course will provide a working knowledge of the GCP principles and relevant regulatory and Research Governance Framework requirements which cover all studies recruiting participants from health and social care settings.

The day is build around group activities and work-based scenarios with the aim of preparing participants to improve the implementation of the GCP principles when they return to their workplace.

This course is offered free of charge and 20 places are available.

 

Following the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the laws, frameworks and guidelines which govern the set up and conduct of health and social care research
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of individuals and organisations in research
  • Identify essential documents for the conduct of research
  • Understand the process, roles and responsibilities of receiving informed consent
  • Demonstrate accuracy in data collection and reporting
  • Demonstrate correct safety reporting requirements

If you are interested in attending, please complete and return the registration form to Research-training@wales.nhs.uk If you have any queries, please contact the Health and Care Research Wales Training Team on 02920 230457.