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Seminars/ Courses

Inspection Readiness Training Series

BUNDLE- Implementing an Inspection Readiness Program from Start Up to Closeout - for Clinical Sites and Sponsors

This three (3) part series will discuss Inspection Readiness from trial initiation to closure and will focus on the expectations and requirements of regulatory authorities, such as FDA.

This bundle includes:
Course 1: Setting up Your Inspection Readiness (IR) Plan at Start Up
Course 2: Implementing Inspection Readiness during Trial Maintenance
Course 3: Assessing Inspection Readiness during Trial Closure

Course One
(part 1 of 3):
Setting up Your Inspection Readiness (IR) Plan at Start Up


This course will discuss all areas of the start up phase of a clinical trial and how to set up an Inspection Readiness Plan based on FDA's expectations and requirements.


Course Two (part 2 of 3): Implementing Inspection Readiness During Trial Maintenance


This course will discuss trial maintenance tasks and how to utilizing monitoring visits, file reviews and mock inspections or internal audits to analyze the effectiveness of your Inspection Readiness Program.


Course Three: (part 3 of 3) Assessing your Inspection Readiness (IR) Plan during Trial Closure


This course will discuss trial closure tasks and how to assess and utilize your Inspection Readiness Program in preparation for an upcoming inspection.


2K Clinical Consulting at SOCRA


Inspection Readiness Tips & Best Practices

At SOCRA’s Local Chapter in Arizona where 2K Clinical Consulting spoke on February 23rd, 2021 about Inspection Readiness Tips and Best Practices!

SOCRA’s Clinical Investigator GCP & Trials Management Program for Clinical Investigators and Key Research Staff

The purpose of this workshop is to assist Clinical Investigators and key research staff in improving their skills and their understanding of the responsibilities of the clinical research site. This program is intended to share information and create opportunity for dialogue among clinical investigators, key research staff and program faculty. The specific goal is to enhance the participants’ ability to perform quality clinical research according to existing regulations and guidelines. This program is designed to address all of the functions of the research site related to the Good Clinical Practices as delineated by the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations and the guidelines supported by the International Council on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH Guidelines).

Upcoming Events

  • Inspection Readiness Newsletters – posted biweekly
  • FAQ Fridays – posted PRN


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