CNEPS President considers fundamental training on biomedical research promoted by BERC-Luso

Praia, Feb 18 (Inforpress) – The president of the National Committee for Ethics in Health Research (CNEPS) considered training in biomedical research and clinical trials “fundamental” for the training of committee members and the Independent Health Regulatory Authority (ERIS).

Maria de Lourdes Monteiro made these considerations in declarations to Inforpress, within the scope of the training “Biomedical research and clinical trials: regulatory and ethical training”, conducted in the city of Praia by the BERC-Luso program and which happens through the regulatory ethical training project in African Portuguese Speaking Countries (PALOP).

“In Cabo Verde, at least as far as I know, we do not have clinical trials, but I think the world is moving forward, so we must be trained for the challenges that lie ahead in the future,” she said, stressing that training is the greatest gain of the project that shows the experiences of Portugal and other international institutions.

According to the CNEPS president, the committee has received projects from universities, from undergraduate, master’s and doctoral students who have to do research work at the end of the course for their dissertation.



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