The fundamentals of good clinical research

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imarcJohn Lehmann, director of business development, IMARC Research

Good Clinical Practice (GCP) is a foundation for all clinical research, driven by a desire to ensure everyone who participates in studies is given the protection they deserve. The fundamental principles of GCP have not changed since they were introduced more than 50 years ago. However, as the use of technology in clinical research has evolved to include electronic signatures, records and more, there are new considerations.

This whitepaper will review the guiding principles of GCP, address recent updates and discuss how clinical research teams should apply them to ensure compliance.

Please take time to download IMARC’s newest whitepaper and let us know how you implement an attitude of excellence in research.

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