International Journal of Advanced Community Medicine
International Journal of Advanced Community Medicine
Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part B (2019)

Assessment of impact of education intervention on knowledge, attitude and awareness of good clinical practice among health care professionals

Author(s): Mohammad Saleem Sharoo, Roohi Sharma and Zahid Gillani
Abstract: Background: Good clinical practice guidelines are prepositions for healthcare providers to generate reliable clinical trial data. The present study was conducted to assess impact of education intervention on knowledge, attitude and awareness of good clinical practice among health care.
Materials and Methods: 140 health care providers (Doctors, dentists, nurses) of both genders were given a self-administrated questionnaire was constructed regarding the role of participant as health care provider and knowledge about GCP guidelines. Response was recorded before and after the training.
Results: Awareness regarding principles of declaration of Helsinski at pre- training session and post training session found to be knows very well in 7 and 12 respectively, mostly know it in 11 and 5 respectively, know to some degree in 20 and 58 respectively and don’t know in 62 and 25 respectively. There was significant difference in response and perception of the subjects at pre- training and post training sessions (P<0.05).
Conclusion: Training found to improve knowledge as well as awareness about principles and techniques of clinical research.
Pages: 126-128  |  64 Views  30 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Mohammad Saleem Sharoo, Roohi Sharma, Zahid Gillani. Assessment of impact of education intervention on knowledge, attitude and awareness of good clinical practice among health care professionals. Int J Adv Community Med 2019;2(3):126-128. DOI: 10.33545/comed.2019.v2.i3b.171
International Journal of Advanced Community Medicine