All Regulatory Agencies are entitled to come in to any company involved in clinical trials and review documentation supporting procedures and computerized systems, in as part of an Inspection. The most common regulations that will form the back-ground to an inspection with regards to Clinical Trials, are those released by ICH and FDA. The aspects of a company that need attention in the run up to an inspection are the documentation related to people and their roles, responsibilities and training; procedures their current versions, approval signatories and related dates and computerized systems utilized within the trial processes, and all the documentation that supports their validated state.
This course provides an understanding of the various activities that need to be completed in preparation for a Regulatory Inspection targeting one of the computerized systems that were utilized during a clinical trial. It is vital to prepare adequately for a regulatory inspection to limit the findings documented by the inspectors.
Areas to be Covered:
What happens during an inspection?
The component parts of an IT system
Regulatory Inspection expectations and examples of findings
Overview of Computer System Validation
Good Document Practice including archiving
Who will Benefit:
Quality Assurance Teams
Trial Management Teams
Data management Teams
Clinical Research Associates
IT staff who may be called upon as System Owners or Programmers
Clinical Trial Data Trainers
Clinical Trial Data Managers