2/3 – What objective evidence do you have about the integrity of your clinical study data?

Second objective evidence: unless your car is a very old one, you know that you can rely on its electronic system to activate a visual alarm and a sound as soon as it detects an event that can represent a risk. The visual sign may be intuitive enough to easily and quickly decide which action should be taken to correct the issue. Alternatively, you could also refer to the car leaflet where the action to be taken is explained next to each control panel warning light. The alarm resumes as soon as the issue is corrected…

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A data integrity oversight service delivered by “alcoam by design”

“We are committed to deliver the objective evidences that you need, in order to ensure that a proper level of control is maintained over the integrity of your clinical study data. We work collaboratively with you and all the parties involved to achieve this goal.”

Our value added derives from the following approaches, and is meant to enable compliance with ICH E6 Addendum R2…

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RBM: should top management care about it?

RBM: should top management care about it? What should they expect from it?

Risk Based Monitoring (RBM) and Risk Based Quality Management (RBQM) are methods that have been encouraged by the EMA and the FDA since 2013. A risk based approach to quality management in clinical trials is now fully enshrined in ICH GCP E6 (Addendum R2, just approved)…

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