Compliance alliance: Identify problems, but work with team

April 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Apr2010, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p37
The article provides information on Columbia University's compliance program for human subjects research. The University's compliance program process starts with identifying noncompliance through the use of reporting forms. This is followed by conducting a noncompliance audit which involves a partial review of records, and recommending the use of documentation tools such as spreadsheets and written corrective action plans to prevent future problems arising from noncompliance.


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