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Posted by Heather S. Friar on Wed, Sep 04, 2019

Data Integrity is Important for the Success of Clinical Trials



Data integrity is a fundamental requirement of medical research and laboratory experimentation. All studies should be conducted according to the protocol guidelines and documented accurately and completely even if the data disproves or challenges the posted hypothesis. As researchers, it is our responsibility to make sure the study is conducted ethically and honestly. The results of the study are used to justify the effectiveness of a procedure, medical device or pharmaceutical. The goal is to improve the overall health and welfare of humans. Lack of data integrity could prove to be a disaster as something originally thought to be safe could cause unexpected pain or death.

Topics: Good Clinical Practice, The FAIR Shake, Data Integrity

Posted by Brandy Chittester on Wed, Mar 04, 2015

Healthy Control Volunteers - Using the FAIR Shake

According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), nearly 3,500 people participate in the Clinical Research Healthy Volunteer Program (CHVP). The program, started in 1954, provides an opportunity for healthy volunteers, locally, nationally, even internationally, to participate in medical research studies to provide researchers with important information for comparison with people who have specific illnesses.

Topics: National Institute of Health, Healthy Control Volunteers, The FAIR Shake

Clinical Research Training Requirements
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clinical research Training requirements

This whitepaper examines the similarities and differences between various US and international regulations and place them within the context of any number of roles found within the realm of clinical research.