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Good Clinical Practice Training

As part of Dartmouth-Hitchcock's efforts to promote the highest ethical standards in the conduct of clinical research, the Clinical Trials Office requires all Principal Investigators and Key Personnel involved in conducting clinical trials to complete Good Clinical Practice (GCP) training prior to conducting a clinical trial.

Key personnel include sub-investigators, fellows, medical residents, research nurses, study coordinators and regulatory specialists involved in conducting a clinical trial. The CTO will NOT allow a study to proceed until the training requirement has been met by the entire research team.

In addition, Principal Investigators and Key Personnel preparing new investigator-initiated studies requiring an Investigational New Drug (IND) or Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) MUST complete GCP training before the study can proceed.

GCP training is offered online through CITI (Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative).

The CITI GCP training can be found at https://www.citiprogram.org/. To register for GCP training follow these instructions for accessing the CITI GCP Courses . If you have questions about accessing this training, please call the Clinical Trials Office at (603) 650-3429 or CTO@hitchcock.org.

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