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The Inaugural NCCRED Symposium is being held on Sunday, 10 November 2019 at the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart, 1 Davey St, Hobart TAS.
Registration is free and now open, if you would like to register please do so below.
Program coming soon.
The NCCRED Symposium is part of the annual Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol & other Drugs (APSAD) conference being held from the 10th-13th of November in Hobart.
If you are not attending APSAD you are still able to register and attend the NCCRED Symposium for free.
Please note that the NCCRED registration is separate to the APSAD registration process, if you plan on also attending APSAD please use the link below to register for the full conference.
NCCRED are delighted to offer free Transcelerate-accredited GCP certification for attendees of the NCCRED symposium. GCP training enables those working in the AoD sector to build their clinical research capacity, by learning the ethical and scientific quality standards for the design, conduct, recording and reporting of trials that involve the participation of human subjects. Upon completion you will receive an Internationally-recognised Certificate.
Training will be delivered in a face-to-face, interactive format, and is available for all staff registered to attend the NCCRED symposium. Full certification will involve two 3-hour sessions of training. For those with prior GCP experience but whose certificates have expired, refresher training will be offered over one 2-hour session.
Final details to be confirmed. If you would like to register your interest, please follow this link and answer a few brief questions: