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ICR Reveals New Courses on EU Regulation & Line Management

Source: Applied Clinical Trials

The Institute of Clinical Research (ICR) has announced two new courses for December 2014 about the impact of the European Union regulation and essential line management. The former event is scheduled for December 9, while the latter will take place on December10-11.

Other eye-catching training sessions being organized by ICR are on skills and competencies of a clinical trials manager (October 9-10), effective clinical trial management (November 11-13), and essentials of clinical trials monitoring (November 25).

ICR is a not-for-profit organization that provides education and training, conferences and networking events, and news updates and analysis on all aspects of clinical research. Members are engaged in all aspects of work in clinical research, both directly and in the support services. It was founded in 1978 as ACRPI (Association of Clinical Research for the Pharmaceutical Industry), and changed its name to ICR in 2000. Its head office is in Maidenhead, Berkshire, U.K., and it has over 3000 members in 49 countries around the world.

 

For further details, contact icrenquiries@yahoo.co.uk or visit http://www.icr-global.org/home/.

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