ClinWin Research Services in partnership with KAVI Institute of Clinical Research, Department of Microbiology, University of Nairobi is pleased to announce the Entry Level Clinical Trials Monitoring Course, to be held on 09 -13 August 2021, Nairobi, Kenya.
Due to the current COVID-19 situation in Kenya and globally, the planned Entry Level Clinical Trials Monitoring course to be held on July 2021 has been postponed. The new dates are 09 -13 August 2021.
Clinical Research Associate (CRA); also known as Monitor, oversees the progress of a clinical trial, and ensures that it is conducted, recorded, and reported in accordance with the protocol, SOPs, Good Clinical Practice, and applicable regulatory requirements. The Monitor provides operational and administrative support for the assigned clinical trial(s) projects on behalf of a sponsor. The sponsor, whose intent is the research of pharmaceuticals, biologics, or devices, may employ these individuals either directly or indirectly via contract research organizations (CROs), or as independent consultants or contractors.
Who should attend?
The course is designed for individuals with Bachelor’s degree in a health-related field; and at least two years’ work experience in a clinical research environment, at the Investigator site level, Sponsor (academic, Pharmaceutical, or not-for-profit research organizations), or related health care industry.
The cost of the training is KES 100,000 (Hundred thousand), to cater for the course materials, lunch, morning and afternoon tea and Certificate. The course fees should be paid on or before 05 August 2021.
The training is organized in collaboration with the University of Nairobi, KAVI Institute of Clinical Research. The training involves classroom presentations, practicals, and group discussions. Pre and post-course assessments will be administered. The participants will be issued with Certificate of Achievement upon successful completion of the course.
Interested participants are required to complete pre- course work before attending this course. Find below links to essential training, please register, complete the training and email us certificates on or before 31 July 2021.
Follow this and read materials on Principles of Drug Development. https://myscrs.org/tc_sqt/modules/12_Monitoring-%26-Auditing/story_html5.html
How to apply
KAVI Institute of Clinical Research, Department of Microbiology, University of Nairobi
Tel. Mobile +254 (0)721 515 009/0715679365/0722899532/0721164015
Office +254 20 3673526/0703041526 /0730173526
Fax no: + 254 20 273740