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How to Find the Best CRO for Your Clinical Trial
Selecting the right CRO might be the most critical decision for a pharma executive planning a clinical trial. A clinical trial is a complex long expensive project that requires professionals available at CROs. The success or failure of a clinical trial could very much hinge on the CRO conducting it. If you made the wrong choice, you have no one to blame but yourselves. With the numerous choices available from very large corporations to small CROs, making the right choice is very challenging. While large CROs offer name recognition, apparent vast experience, top notch experts, and global reach, smaller CROs may offer specialized focus, lower cost, access to senior management, and greater customer service. The question is not simply the choice between large and small CROs but what is best suited for the given company and the planned trial. Sponsors of all sizes must understand the process for CRO selection starting from designing the request for proposal (RFP), to going through the proposals, interviewing, contracting, managing, and troubleshooting. This seminar will show you how experienced executives select the “right” CRO for their trials.
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This webinar, presented by a leading expert on CROs, will discuss factors to consider when choosing a CRO. The seminar will discuss critical things such as how to design the best RFP, scouting for potential CROs, how to evaluate referrals, best practices for the CRO interview process, budget and time-line negotiations, GCP audits, quality agreements, project management, and many more. The webinar will provide precise and complete list of measures and checklists to help you find the best CRO for your trials. If you are new to planning clinical trials or if you have done it a few times, this webinar will give you tips to make your next selection better and ways to evaluate your current CROs.
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