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    Payment for screen failures

    I have found that Sponsors use the screen failure payment limit as a safety net so that they are not paying out random...

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    The Patient Experience Survey

    We are inviting the ACRP members to extend this survey to their research patients. This initially started as a Site...

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    Is it ok not to report an SAE within 24 hours

    Clinical Research Professionals Open Forum

    I know, I know all SAE's should be reported in 24 hours, but I had to say something to get your attention :-). Seriously...

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    RE: Patient Perception

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    I find that our subjects enjoy taking part in research. It is altruistic, especially in studies that are not even intended to benefit the subject except in that they have been able to increase...

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    RE: Research Patient Survey-Available

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    My understanding of this survey is that it is for QA purposes in regards to a subjects participation in research and not in and of itself a research study. I have to agree Erica.

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    Course of Event for AEs

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    Hello: On a current study, the sponsor is asking sites to define a course of event for AEs as "single episode", "continuous", or "intermittent". I understand the difference between continuous...

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    RE: Time of signature on ICF

    Posted in: Clinical Research Professionals...

    Hi Michelle, We actually include a statement in our source documentation that consent was obtained before any study related procedures were performed.

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    RE: Patient Perception

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    I too struggle with the word "Research" ----I see, at least Phase III studies, as being "participating in clinical trials" for subjects/patients. We have started referring to our dept. as...

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