Quality Management is part of a system of oversight for the conduct of NIAID (DAIDS)-sponsored and/or supported clinical research. With the ever increasing volume and complexity of clinical trials, the role of quality management becomes part of an essential foundation at a clinical research site. A well-planned and implemented quality management program helps to ensure adherence to all laws, regulations, and sponsor requirements, good clinical practices, and protocol requirements. This ultimately helps to ensure that the rights and safety of participants are protected and the data collected is accurate and complete.
The goal of this training program is to provide highly effective quality management training for NIAID (DAIDS)-sponsored and/or supported clinical research sites. Through the design, development, and implementation of this quality management training program, a standardized and consistent learning platform will be available for the clinical research community.
What Training is Available?
The Quality Management Training Program is currently offering a self-guided Orientation to Quality Management eLearning course and a pre-recorded three session webinar series. Please select the tabs at the top for more detailed information on each of these available training options.
Who Should Take this Training?
NIAID (DAIDS)-supported and/or sponsored clinical research site staff responsible for developing, implementing, and/or evaluating quality management activities and quality management plans.
DAIDS and network operations staff assisting sites with the implementation of site quality management activities.
Why Should I Take this Training?
NIAID (DAIDS)-supported and/or sponsored clinical research site staff are responsible for developing and implementing quality management plans at global clinical research sites.
How do I Access this Training?
Visit the DAIDS LMS to access the Orientation to Quality Management eLearning training course.
If you do not have a DAIDS LMS account click here to request account access.
This project has been funded in whole or in part with Federal funds from the Division of AIDS (DAIDS), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, under contract No. HHSN272201200009C, entitled NIAID HIV and Other Infectious Diseases Clinical Research Support Services (CRSS).