Timely tips on improving Good Clinical Practice

July 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Jul2010, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p80
The article offers guidelines to boost a clinical trial Web site's Good Clinical Practice (GCP). It suggests to spend a lot of time in keeping patients informed and to create an open communication with the IRB regarding protocol changes, MedWatch reports, negative events and the trial's review process. It also recommends to ensure that documentation is complete and to provide online GCP training and establish check and balances.


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