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APPRU staff have experience with protocol development. Protocols are developed to ensure all studies are carried out in accordance with the National Health and Medical Research Coucil (NHMRC) National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Research Involving Humans, The Declaration of Helsinki and Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) Note for Guidance on Good Clincial Practice (GCP) (CPMP/ICH/135/95).
APPRU can assist in CRF development to ensure that all relevant data is collected for analysis of each clinical trial. Staff have extensive experience working with a variety of CRF designs, including electronic formats.
Our study participants are drawn from this population as well as a community trial network, through which resources such as general practitioners, maternal and child health nurses, daycare facilities and schools are utilised.
The clinical trial recruitment officers are an APPRU initiative as an acknowledgment of the importance of focused recruitment.
The clinical trial recruitment officers are responsible for:
Links have been established with the following groups and individuals:
The above links are considered as potential recruitment sources. APPRU values their commitment to paediatric clinical drug trials.
The APPRU staff are skilled in evaluating study protocols to assess their feasibility and to identify any potential problems in the study which may hinder the recruitment process if the studies are too difficult.
A purpose-built clinical trials area is now well established. We provide a non-threatening and family friendly environment to clinical trial participants in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Our area contains:
To learn more about our facility
please see our room manual.
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