Not all trials are the same in terms of risk. To support UK sponsors of clinical trials, a substantially simpler and shorter form may be submitted in lieu of a full DSUR, giving a significant time saving.
Clarification on the interpretation and implementation of the GXP DI guidance in the clinical trial setting
In today’s computerised, high-tech pharmaceutical environment, it is worth reflecting on the Clothier report conclusions from 47 years ago.
Why it's a good idea for the UK to be part of the OECD MAD framework
Implementation of the FMD safety features in the UK
Applying risk-adapted approaches – how this worked for a researcher in neonatal trials.
In a bid to drive improved compliance and to cover the cost of managing more resource-intensive cases, the Inspectorate intends to apply the existing office-based assessment fee more broadly.
All early phase clinical trials have risks associated with them that require mitigation. Following not just the legislation but also all the associated guidance will help in maintaining public safety and the credibility of data.
Dose escalation practices should be the same regardless of whether a clinical trial involves healthy volunteers or patients. Good quality data and sound procedures are vital to ensure the safety of all trial subjects.
We often receive questions about GCP training for laboratory staff, which suggests that this is a topic that causes quite a few laboratories issues!