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MakroCare CRAs perform comprehensive site management and clinical monitoring activities in accordance with ICH-GCP to ensure all investigation sites are compliant with all applicable regulations and …

MakroCare CRAs perform comprehensive site management and clinical monitoring activities in accordance with ICH-GCP to ensure all investigation sites are compliant with all applicable regulations and protocol requirements.

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  • 1. C A S E S T U D Y Initiation of Multi-center Clinical Study Initiation of a multi-center Phase III clinical study in India within 60 days Visit us at: www.makrocare.com Copyright © 2009 by MakroCare. All Rights Reserved. CASE STUDY - Initiation of Multi-center Clinical Study relationships, which give us a privileged access to the investigators. We prepared list of key attributes from protocol, which helped us for a quick short-listing in selection of investigators and sites utilizing our databases. Communication with respective sites and investigators was done to evaluate their interests, capabilities, and availability to participate in this study. Further, analysis of the data helped us in finalizing prospective sites and investigators for study. Henceforth our clinical operations team successfully accomplished a faster site selection and investigators selection. Simultaneously we obtained IEC approval, regulatory approval, and completed necessary documentation work on stipulated time periods, which helped for successful initiation of the study within 60 days. About MakroCare MakroCare, a global clinical services firm, provides clinical research support to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries. The company offers site selection, patient recruitment, clinical monitoring, quality assurance, medical writing, PMS/Pharmacovigilance, clinical data management, biostatistics and regulatory assistance. MakroCarehasofficesinUSA(NewJersey,Illinois, Pennsylvania, California), India (Hyderabad, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru), Europe (Germany - Frankfurt) and Japan (Tokyo). Customer Profile AlargeMNCpharmaceuticalcompanyapproached MakroCare to initiate and conduct a multi-center clinical study in India. The study contained a very complex protocol. Earliest initiation of study is the key factor for a successful outcome. Challenges Initiation of the study within stated deadline of 60 days, which required accomplishment of challenging tasks like selecting appropriate study sites, recruiting qualified investigators, as well as providing necessary documentation support on time. Solution Leveraging from the expertise and experience of Clinical Operations team at MakroCare, we followed very effective strategy to address these challenges. Our clinical operations team follows a PSSV (Pre- study Site Selection Visit) strategy to identify and evaluate sites. Clinical operations team maintains continuous contact with sites by periodic visits and telephonic calls to sites, interact with site staff, collect and analyze relevant data. Databases of sites and of investigators across different therapeutic areas and geographical regions are developed. MakroCare also conducts high-level scientific campaigns developing good professional