Yes. We are pleased to advise our users that National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network is now listed as a GCP training provider whose Version 5 GCP course meets TransCelerate's Minimum Criteria for ICH E6 (R2) GCP.
Click the link here to access the GCP Mutual Recognition Providers list: http://www.transceleratebiopharmainc.com/gcp-training-attestation/training-providers/ Then, scroll down to National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network, and select the plus sign [+] to review the listing and sample certificate.
Yes. The GCP course certificate has been modified to include the current course version and date: Good Clinical Practice, Version 5, effective 03-Mar-2017.
Certificates with a completion date of 03-Mar-2017 or after are valid for the current course (Version 5). Login to your account to access the modified certificate, which can then be downloaded to your local drive as a PDF document and printed from your desktop.
Certificates with a completion date before 03-Mar-2017 are valid for a previous course version. These certificates will need to be renewed using the current course (V5), which incorporates the E6 (R2) guidelines, although the current certificate may still be within the 3-year renewal period.
To renew, users may login, select the Certification tab, and choose the button at the bottom of the page for Renew Early if a current certificate is available, or choose the button for Renew Certificate if the certificate has expired. This required action will clear the active certificate from the previous course version and the quiz scores for that certificate. All quizzes must then be completed with at least 80% accuracy. Upon successful completion, the user will be given access to the renewal certificate, which can then be downloaded to your local drive as a PDF document and printed from your desktop.
When a trainee has already completed a quiz with a passing score, the system will allow for retakes after a 30-day waiting period. Since GCP certificates expire after 3 years, the current certificate remains accessible when all quizzes have a passing score (greater than or equal to 80%) and until the expiry date has passed.
If recertification is needed prior to the 3-year expiration date, users may choose the Renew Early option that is located under the Certification tab. Please note that by choosing to Renew Early, users will erase current quiz scores and remove the current certificate. Recertification can be obtained by successfully completing all quizzes again. Therefore, users should be careful and deliberate in using the Renew Early option.
The NIDA Clinical Coordinating Center is available to answer any questions not covered in this section or the About section of the website by contacting CTNtraining@emmes.com.