Good Documentation Practices (GDP) Training
GDP TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW:
Documentation practices within organizations can be inconsistent, varying between site locations and internal departments. This hour-long CBT focuses on Good Documentation Practices to ensure your organization is consistent in documenting activities. This course addresses the why and how to document so your organization will exceed regulatory expectations.This CBT discusses why GDP is important, expectations for GDP and how GDP supports your business and compliance drivers. The course provides a breakdown of GDP requirements. It also shares best practices and industry standards for GDP.
Training is done through epath, the PathWise online learning management system. ePath is on-Demand e-learning for targeted knowledge-based learning. Our knowledge-based Computer Based Training (CBT) focuses on terms, definitions, regulations and expectations.
Good Documentation Practices is also now available in SPANISH!
Good Documentation Practices (GDP) training will ensure attendees can:
- Understand and define Good Documentation Practices and GDP standards
- Identify principles, purpose of GDP.
- Explain data entry do’s and don’ts.
- Document corrections.
- Understand why GDP is so important.
- Optimize productivity and training time
- Flexible mobile learning using a desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device
- Fulfill new hire and annual FDA training requirements
GDP is taught as an e-learning course. It can be taken through our ePath learning system on a desktop, phone, or tablet.
GDP training is appropriate for all employees involved in the manufacture or support of the medical device industry.
Consistent training across the organization is key to a successful organization.
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