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Clinical Trials and Human Research. A Practical Guide to Regulatory Compliance

  • ID: 2217956
  • Book
  • June 2003
  • 656 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This easy–to–read reference book provides a practical approach for dealing with the legal and regulatory compliance issues involved in human research. Covering a broad range of topics, such as consent, confidentiality, subject recruitment and selection, the role of the investigator and Institutional Review Board, it offers timely and useful strategies for achieving regulatory compliance while reducing liability. In addition, insurance, quality management, accreditation, and risk management are topics examined in the book. The practical insights found in this volume are not found in other books on the subject.
Clinical Trials and Human Research is a practical tool to help anyone involved in clinical research.

Praise for Clinical Trials and Human Research

"I would recommend the book for anyone new to the Institutional Review Board process, regardless of their clinical or administrative background or responsibilities. It is a valuable resource to orient risk managers, clinicians, and administrators to the clinical trial process and pitfalls."
Deborah Boyd, M.S., R.H.I.A., C.P.H.R.M., senior risk management consultant, Zurich North America, Atlanta, Georgia

"As more and more research programs get into trouble, there′s been a mad scramble to get on top of the problems. The logical starting point is regulatory compliance. Researchers and research administrators must understand the regulations if they hope to achieve high ethical standards in the performance of human subjects research. This thoughtful and well–organized book should be read by anyone who is interested in human subjects research, such as bioethicists, researchers, IRB and DSMB members, and study sponsors."
Evan DeRenzo, Ph.D., Center for Ethics at Washington Hospital Center,
Washington, D.C., The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

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Fay A. Rozovsky
Rodney K. Adams
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