How To Include An Audit Fee In Your Clinical Trial Contract and Budget

Any audit on a site will invariably cost a site time and resources. Therefore it is important to discuss reimbursement with sponsors.

Make sure your site doesn't lose time or money.

Ensure your site gets paid well for long audits.

Items Often Overlooked On Clinical Trial Contracts and Budgets

New sites are sometimes afraid to negotiate budgets. Meanwhile, established sites may overlook seemingly small items that could increase the site’s budget.

What hidden treasures are buried within your budget?

What hidden treasures are buried within your budget?

How To File Frequently Updated CV’s In Clinical Trials Regulatory Binder

Some sites write notes to file indicating where files such as Curriculum Vitaes are located. The notes may reference another location such as another binder or an online resource such as Intralinks VIA.

Something as simple as a note to file can make a site much more efficient.

Something as simple as a note to file can make a site much more efficient.

The Difference Between Academic and Private Industry Clinical Trials

One way to remember the difference between an academic and private research site is that private research sites do not develop their own protocols. Private research sites obtain their protocols from sponsors.

Unlike academic research, private research does not begin by writing a grant proposal.

Clinical Research Remote Monitoring Systems and Where I Hope The Industry Is Headed

Remote monitoring techniques are still being tested. This approach to monitoring and the technology that comes with it has the potential to change the world of clinical research.

CRA’s may one day be able to enjoy monitoring from any part of the world.

You Must Diversify In Clinical Research!

New sites may benefit from being experts in single indications. However, sites should consider becoming more flexible due to the unpredictability of the available studies.

If your PI doesn't agree with conducting research in new indications, it might be time to find a sub-i.

If your PI doesn’t agree with conducting research in new indications, it might be time to find a sub-i.