Management of Clinical Trials (2022)

LocationGeneva, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland
CategoryHealth
Pharmacology
typeCourse

Good Clinical Practice implementation and quality processes provide a theoretical and practical understanding of how these principles are shaping each step of a Clinical Trial, including study design, trial management and conduct.

CHF 9’000.- for the Diploma
1-day-module: CHF 1’000.-
2-day-module: CHF 1’400.-
3-day-module: CHF 1’800.-

Medical doctors, biologists, pharmacists, veterinarians, nurses, biochemists and other professionals involved, or wishing to gain skills and knowledge, in the field of clinical research.

The course is accredited by Swissethics, Swiss Association of Pharmaceutical Professionals (SwAPP), Swiss Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology (SGKPT-SSPTC), Swiss Institute for postgraduate and continuous medical education (SWIF-ISFM)

Students may choose between:
A vocational training in a pharmaceutical company, a Clinical Research Organization (CRO) or a Clinical Trial Unit in a University Hospital (3-4 months) followed by a report.
The development of a Clinical Trial protocol or a literature review and dissertation.

Prof. Gerrit Borchard, Head of Biopharmaceutics, Section of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Geneva
Prof. Cem Gabay, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva
Prof. Bernard Hirschel, President, Cantonal Commission on Human Research Ethics, Canton of Geneva
Prof. Samia Hurst, Director, Institute of Ethics, History and Humanities (iEH2), Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva
Prof. Angèle Gayet-Ageron, Head of the Methodological Support Unit, Clinical Research Centre (CRC), University Hospitals of Geneva, Faculty of Medecine, University of Geneva
Prof. Arnaud Perrier, Medical Director, University Hospitals of Geneva
Prof. Jérôme Pugin, Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and President of the Clinical Research Center (CRC), University Hospitals of Geneva, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva

Dr Gabriele Ackermann, Chief Scientific Officer ad interim, Therapeutic Area Head Cardiovascular, Renal & Metabolism Therapeutic Area Head Respiratory, Novartis Pharma Switzerland
Dr Emilie Alirol, Medicines for Malaria Venture, Associate Director, Access and Product Management
Dr Enrica Alteri, Pharmaceutical consultant, former Head of Human Medicine R&D Support Division, EMA
Dr Vanya Beltrami, Vice-President, Head of Manufacturing, Anergis, Lausanne
Dr Jocelyne Chabert, Clinical Research Associate, Clinical Research Centre (CRC), University Hospitals of Geneva, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva
Dr Francois Curtin PD, Medical Director Personalised Health Programmes, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich & Lecturer at Hospitals of Geneva (UNIGE)
Prof. Youssef Daali, Head of the laboratory of the Division of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, University Hospitals of Geneva, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva
Dr Patricia Delaite, Chief Medical Officer, Nouscom, Basel
Dr Catherine Deloche, Chief Operating Officer, Solid Drug Development, Geneva
Prof. Philippe Ducor, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva
Prof. Marc Froissart, Medical Director of the Clinical Research Centre (CRC), CHUV-UNIL, Lausanne
Prof. Angèle Gayet-Ageron, Head of the Methodological Support Unit, Clinical Research Centre (CRC), University Hospitals of Geneva, Faculty of Medecine, University of Geneva
Dr Françoise Lascombes, External Consultant
Prof. Hervé Porchet, Pharmaceutical consultant
Dr Victoria Rollason, Division of Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, University Hospitals of Geneva and Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva

Candidates are warned that a significant amount of self-study is required to complete the DAS, and that they are expected to go through preparatory work before each module. Students should thus allow sufficient time to study at home, in addition to attending the classroom lectures.

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