Sample clinical research budgeting worksheet

August 2007
Clinical Trials Administrator;Aug2007, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p90
The article presents a sample clinical research budgeting worksheet, developed by Community Healthcare System of Munster, Indiana. The spreadsheet contains the study activities and activity details columns. The activity details column contains other information, including subject identification, subject screening, subject consent, baseline patient visit, treatment visits, follow-up visits, and study closeout activities.


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