Q&A with Liesbet Menten, CRA Manager at genae
Q: How can you leverage information of an already conducted trial?
A: During our project meetings, difficult topics that occurred in the past month are discussed and lessons learned are shared with all our genae Project Managers. The discussed topics can be related to protocol creation, eCRF setup, enrollment bottle necks, and also safety issues.
There is a very close collaboration between all our genae Project Managers, the Safety & the Regulatory managers. In this way, we can use the experience we gained out of on already conducted trial and use it to guide our sponsors in new similar upcoming trials.
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