YRG Care is organising a Workshop on Good Clinical Laboratory Practices (GCLP) at Chennai on 12 – 14th March 2015.

GCLP out line the principles and procedures to be followed by medical laboratories involved in Patient care and/ or clinical research so as to provide consistent, reproducible, auditable, and reliable laboratory results; which contribute to good patient care and promote a positive attitude toward testing from a patient’s perspective. This workshop is designed to offer comprehensive guidance for those who are implementing GCLP in their laboratories.
The faculties are from National and International Institutions / Universities. For more details about GCLP workshop, log on to www.yrgcare.org/GCLP

Program details are given below

Date 12 – 14 the March 2015
Venue TICEL Bio Park Ltd
CSIR Road, Taramani
Chennai – 600 113
Registration Rs.3500 ( Indian participants)
in the form of DD /Cheque drawn in favor of “YRG CARE” payable at Chennai.
( In case of outstation cheques, please include Rs.100 extra towards clearing charges)
Registration fee includes Registration, Workshop materials, refreshments, breakfast and lunch provided during the workshop
No. of seats Restricted to 60 and participants will be registered on “first come- first served basis”.
Registration form along with payment to be sent to GCLP Work shop Coordinator
YRG CARE, Voluntary Health Services ( VHS)
Taramani , Chennai – 600113
Cancellation Policy No refund will be given, but the registration can be transferred to substitute participants without penalty

Click here for the GCLP workshop brochure Kindly ensure early registration.

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