A Good Laboratory Practice course is now available to organizations for $500/year (in addition to a base subscription) or to independent learners for $220/learner.
The GLP course provides an overview of how nonclinical laboratory studies should be planned, performed, monitored, recorded, reported, and archived as set forth by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Department of Agriculture (USDA), as well as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) international guidelines.
This course is extremely useful for anyone involved or planning to be involved in nonclinical laboratory studies within industry, academia, government, and other testing facilities. Read more in the GLP Catalog.
- History of the Good Laboratory Practices: A Breach of Trust
- Here & There: U.S. and Global Regulatory Agencies
- Let’s Be Clear: Words Matter in GLP
- Components of Compliance
- GLP Requirements of Personnel
- The Responsible Use of Laboratory Animals – Part 1
- The Responsible Use of Laboratory Animals – Part 2
- SOPs and Equipment Operation
- Understanding Raw Data and Reconstruction
- Required Readings: Study Protocols
- Archiving Study Data and Specimens
- The Quality Assurance Unit (QAU)
- Chemicals, Test Articles, and Solutions
- Reporting of Study Results and Regulatory Decisions on Study Disqualification
How to Proceed
- Subscribe as a new organization
- Subscribe as an existing organization
- Subscribe as an independent learner
- Review the demo version