The clinical research enterprise may be barreling toward a future in which artificial intelligence (AI) will play a major role in decreasing workloads and increasing efficiencies for study professionals, but a whole lot of traditional human touch will be needed along the way, one industry observer said as part of some big picture predictions for 2023.
It’s not news that the number and complexity of clinical research studies continues to grow as the workforce continues to dwindle. Consequently, sites are continually being asked to do more.
While demand for skilled clinical research professionals is at an all-time high, identifying candidates with the required skill sets is challenging.
This blog identifies applicable regulations and outlines regulated documents and data in clinical research and the systems used by sponsors, contract research organizations (CROs), monitors, and research sites to collect, exchange, and store them.
All clinical researcher professionals receive extensive training on Good Clinical Practice and other processes to be followed in their work. A topic that is only superficially covered is why those processes are required.