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Compliance In Focus
Posted by John Lehmann on Thu, Aug 13, 2015

Why Do We Need to Audit?

How is auditing different than monitoring? Why do we need to audit? Since these questions are so often asked, Why_Audit-1we decided to create a graphic that will help you understand when to consider an audit. In short, auditing brings an independent, quality assurance perspective to the clinical research landscape Investigational sites, sponsors, and vendors benefit from high-level process assessments and improvements. Experienced auditors leverage extensive training to help ensure subject safety, data integrity, and protocol and regulatory compliance.

Download our “Why Auditing “graphic today to get answers to you auditing questions.

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Topics: GCP, Auditing, Quality Assurance

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