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This recorded, self-paced course provides 24/7 access to practical, hands-on training for those interested in gaining knowledge about monitoring in the oncology therapeutic area. As demand for CRAs in the oncology arena continues to grow, this course offers practical, hands-on training covering oncology-specific logistical, clinical and ethical considerations. The application of clinical monitoring skills is reinforced through core content, exercises, case studies, and practice based activities. The course also includes an application-based post-course exam, and once successfully completed, a certificate is provided.
Course Learning Objectives
Manage challenges associated with oncology trials
Describe common characteristics of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) review and communications in oncology trials
Examine approaches for decision-making at sites for dosing toxicities and dose modifications
Apply standardized grading criteria to adverse events in oncology studies
Establish strategies for source documentation and monitoring visits
Key Features Include:
Application-based exercises and examples
Focus on practical application of principles and job functions
Knowledge checks, assessments and post-course exam
Includes a Barnett certificate of training
Applicable for global clinical research professionals
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