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Compliance In Focus
Posted by John Lehmann on Wed, Jul 25, 2018

Creating a Monitoring Mindset

While procedures, checklists, guidance documents, report templates and all sorts of other Creating a Monintoring Mindset-1things combine to form the infrastructure for monitoring, what is possibly even more important is the shared mindset—the acceptance by all that, regardless of one's title, there is a shared responsibility in calling out issues, in looking purposefully at this document, in questioning that blank. 

The purpose of clinical trial monitoring can be summed up as follows:
  • To ensure protection of the rights and well-being of study subjects
  • To ensure data integrity
  • To ensure compliance with federal regulations, agreements, clinical investigational plan and the requirements of the IRB
  • To identify and address non-compliance
  • To improve quality and promote high standards
  • To identify research misconduct and fraud

The empowerment of others to assume the role of monitor every day they come to work, in whatever capacity that is, will achieve the desired goals—protected patients, compliance, and quality. To monitor is more than a title. It is a mindset.

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Topics: Clinical Monitoring, Monitoring Mindset, Clinical Study Personnel

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