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Someone Pls. Help

Hello,

I am a recent college graduate and I am in job hunt.

I want to enter the clinical field, as I have a Biology background. In addition to that, I know SAS, SQL and MS office suite. I need some help with the following job description:

1. Developing, Validating and Maintaining clinical database.
2. Defining edit specifications.
3. Knowldege of GCPs.

As I am new to the field, I do not understand all these stuff. Regarding GCP, I could get some reading material, but I am not sure to what extent I should be knowing that to handle the interview, if they call me!! The job description has other requirements, which I can manage.

Can someone pls guide me on this.

Any ref to related internet pages??

Thank you very much

Sars
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Re: Someone Pls. Help

You can check the online Good Clinical Practice Demo Course Here
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Re: Someone Pls. Help

Hi,

Please see information about my next 2-day class:

Best Practices in SAS Statistical Programming in Regulatory Submission
March 26-27, 2009, New Brunswick, NJ: Priority Code = 508
http://www.cfpa.com/200903262234-11a/2234/d/courseSummary.aspx


Please see information about my next pharmaceutical webinar and on-demand classes:

1. Effective Clinical Data Acceptance Testing

February 19, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (EST)
Save $ 100, Priority Code = W250
http://www.cfpa.com/200902192250-15a/2250/t/courseDirectory.aspx

- Save $ 100 before February 28, 2009, now available on demand, anytime:

2. Best Practices in SAS Statistical Programming for Regulatory Submission: Understanding and Applying the QC Plan to Validate Summary Tables
http://www.cfpa.com/190001012213-16a/2213/o/courseSummary.aspx


3. Best Practices in SAS Statistical Programming for Regulatory Submission: Creating Publication-Quality Summary Tables
http://www.cfpa.com/190001012214-16a/2214/o/courseSummary.aspx


Regards,
Sunil Gupta
(805) 584-6182
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