Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs)

Nonclinical laboratory studies are one of the first steps taken in bringing a new drug, device, or biologic to the marketplace, so it is important that practices are in place to ensure the reliability of the study and the safety and efficacy of the product. This course gives the learner an introduction to Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) Regulations and their application to nonclinical animal safety and toxicology studies. Topics in this course include: GLP Guidance, Personnel, Protocol, Documentation, and Inspections. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize the general characteristics of GLPs and identify how they apply to nonclinical studies. 

After this course learners will be able to recognize the general characteristics of glps. recognize how glps apply to nonclinical studies