Here are site source document sample IC items

July 2011
Clinical Trials Administrator;Jul2011, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p79
The article offers information on source documentation checklists for site visits, screening visits, and other clinical research activities, created by UT Medical Group Inc. of Memphis, Tennessee. It explores a list of sample items included on the template for a screening visit, which includes inclusion and exclusion criteria, the understanding of the subject and/or legally authorized representative (LAR), and the informed consent form (ICF).


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