Here's how to improve study budgeting and policies

August 2007
Clinical Trials Administrator;Aug2007, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p89
The article presents tips on how to improve study budgeting and policies. Jana L. Lacera, human protections administrator and director of the IRB and Bio-Ethics at Community Healthcare System in Munster, Indiana, created a six-page Excel spreadsheet that lists activity details, hours per activity, total number of hours, dollars per hour, projected expense and expected revenue. She also developed budget policies and procedures for researchers and research staff to follow.


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