Bringing Protocols To Life To Reduce Site And Patient Burdens
By Beth Harper, Chief Learning Officer at Pro-ficiency
In a world where clinical trials are growing larger and protocols more complex, it’s increasingly important that study sponsors make sure to get their protocols right from the start to avoid unwanted delays or cost overruns due to mistakes, deviations or even just failure to correctly forecast the time, money and resources needed to conduct a study.
And that means that the art and practice of protocol optimization, utilizing input not only from target patient groups, but from potential site partners, as well, becomes ever-more important.
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