Read more about our client, Tekton Research, and their experience moving from paper to a “no findings” FDA inspection.
Consider these five critical areas when evaluating systems to drive efficiencies and time savings throughout your entire clinical research ecosystem.
A Complion Feature Article Varied study requirements, increasing protocol complexity, multiple amendments. Sponsors simply want to ensure the data produced by a study is sound. Research sites often feel they need to comply with what sponsors require. While sponsors may have preferred tools and technologies for handling study data, they often are open to sites using their own systems they have …
Complion’s eRegulatory Buyer’s Guide includes 38 critical considerations for selecting an eRegulatory system. This guide provides an at-a-glance perspective on functionality, visibility, scalability, ease of use, and other considerations.
ICH E6 guidelines have been revised to reflect two decades of technological changes. Among these changes, include updated standards regarding electronic records and essential documents.
Learn how Complion’s eRegulatory solution helps research sites meet new guidance.
A Complion Whitepaper Identifying and monitoring adverse events (AEs) is critical to protecting research participants and ensuring the integrity of the research trial. “Best Practices for Participant Safety: Assessment, Documentation and Reporting of Adverse Events,” draws on the considerable experience of Elizabeth Ness (MS, BSN, RN), Ilana Logvinov (RN, MSN, CCRP), and Yolanda McKinney (RN, BSN, CCRP) to help you …
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