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Clinical Trial Compliance in Underdeveloped Countries

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Don't let complex foreign laws, practices and customs derail your clinical trial in an underdeveloped country ...

Now you can sidestep some of the most significant risks of conducting trials in underdeveloped countries, with this management report from FDAnews — Clinical Trial Compliance in Underdeveloped Countries.

Order today, and you'll discover how to:

  • Identify and manage the top risks of working in the developing world, including:
    • Political and economic turmoil
    • Corruption and bribery
    • Underlying morbidity of subject populations
    • Daily living as an "adverse event" in an underdeveloped country
    • Obligation to provide standard therapy treatment after trials end
  • Deploy effective methods and strategies for dealing with foreign officials, including:
    • National governments
    • Medicines authorities
    • Ministries of health
  • Prudently approach local partner medical institutions for siting of trials
  • Incorporate key issues when:
    • Drafting informed consent
    • Planning the end of studies
  • Gain a working knowledge of U.S. laws and standards related to payments or bribes offered to foreign government authorities
  • Build a proactive contingency plan for clinical trial disruption
  • And more!

Foreign officials have the power to make or break your clinical trial in a developing country — make sure your interactions are handled with diplomacy. Click here to order.

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Clinical Trial Compliance in Underdeveloped Countries also delivers single-resource access to:

  • Regulation of international research, including:
    • FDA regulations
    • Office for Human Research Protections
    • Declaration of Helsinki
  • Answers to common questions
  • Strategies for working with local sites and authorities
  • Three appendices, including:
    • The Globalization of Clinical Trials
    • Report of the Equivalent Protections Working Group
    • IRB/IEC Authorization Agreement
  • And more!

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