Improving compliance consistency via training

November 2010
Clinical Trials Administrator;Nov2010, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p123
The article offers information on how the clinical research (CR) organizations can improve compliance consistency. According to experts, the organizations should centralize their clinical trial operations or make the decentralized system, more consistent and put more resources into CR education and training. It offers some ways for research sites to improve their consistency, compliance and staff training.


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