Meetings Have Meaning! Stacey Carmody, CCRP Coordinators travel to their fair share of meetings, most of them being investigator meetings. It is at these meetings we learn about a new protocol and take an opportunity to connect with others in the field. We meet other coordinators, monitors and investigators, often swapping stories about past and […]~ read more ~
Posts tagged research clinics
Submit Protocol Deviations and Continuing Review Reports To IRB’s In A Timely Manner For Your Clinical Trials!
In yet another example of “do as I say not as I do”, in this video I give a viewer some advice for how to deal with your IRB, specifically your central IRB for your particular clinical trials. While an IRB audit is no where near as serious as an FDA or Sponsor audit, it […]~ read more ~
If you are not interested in hearing about the benefits of being an add-on site in a clinical trial, skip to about the 19 min mark where I get into what I believe to be one of my most honest moments ever in the history of this podcast where I answer a viewer’s email regarding […]~ read more ~
I received a question from a viewer who was frustrated by the fact that payments were getting into his clinic very late, and his invoices were frequently getting returned with queries or other such changes. In this video I run through some advice for this clinic and also give some pointers for anyone else out […]~ read more ~
A question I received from a viewer was in regards to how to use clinicaltrials.gov when searching for new clinical research studies to apply for at your research clinic. While I have a DVD on this topic where I go into great detail on how to use this website for that, in this video I […]~ read more ~