Article | May 15, 2023

Managing Change In Clinical Trials

Source: OpenClinica

By Cal Collins

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In clinical research, change can take many forms. From study design to updated regulatory compliance guidelines, new technology releases, and more, it’s important that teams are ready to adapt at a moment’s notice.

A survey of 194 global drug discovery companies conducted by the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development (CSDD) found that mid-study updates delay trials by about a month. Smaller companies say the delays run an average of 25 days and larger companies take 35 to 40 days to resume a clinical trial after a planned or unplanned mid-study update. “Companies report an average of four such disruptions per clinical trial.”

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