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Risk-Based Monitoring and the Need for Programmers and Statisticians

Statistical Consultancy Team

The ICH E6 on Good Clinical Practice was updated on 9 November 2016, the first addendum for 20 years. Sections 5.0 on Risk and 5.18.3 on Extent and Nature of Monitoring in particular created an increased need for Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) and Centralized Monitoring (CM). The details of how this may be covered and the increasing evolution of a risk in the industry have been noted. The required changes involved create a number of different team roles. These include opportunities for biostatisticians and statistical programmers - players who may not have been so directly involved in onsite monitoring, a more traditionally clinical domain.

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Topics: Source Data Verification (SDV), On-Site Monitoring, Visualization, Fraud Detection, Risk Based Monitoring, Centralized Monitoring, ICHGCP E6, International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH)

ICHGCP E6 Addendum R2 - What do you need to know?

Gavin Boodoo

The ICH Guidelines for Good Clinical Practice (E6) has morphed into the international standard for clinical trial conduct since its inception twenty years ago. However, within that period, clinical research has changed dramatically and it is a credit to it’s authors that ICHGCP remains relevant today, with only one previous notable update seen in response to electronic data capture (EDC) technologies being widely utilized by the industry. 

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Topics: Good Clinical Practice (GCP), FDA, Remote Monitoring, Quality Assurance, Data Transparency, Additional Monitoring, Technology Trends, Risk Based Monitoring, Centralized Monitoring, ICHGCP E6

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