Device company expert discusses what sponsor needs to hear from PIs

August 2009
Clinical Trials Administrator;Aug2009, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p92
The article provides tips for clinical trial sites who want to expand to medical devices studies, given by Kathi Durdon, clinical operations associate with Welch Allyn Inc. These include showing interest in device research, being open to small studies, and working with populations of critically-ill patients. Durdon also suggests to have nurses as principal investigators and to advocate research.


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