The Data of Subject-Reported Adverse Events

Clinical Researcher—January 2020 (Volume 34, Issue 1) PEER REVIEWED Robert Jeanfreau, MD, CPI; Nathan Best   Attributes of the thorough documentation of research data, endorsed worldwide by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the International Council for Harmonization (ICH), and the World Health Organization (WHO), are embodied in the ALCOA acronym, first used by […]

Optimizing Medical Records Collection in Clinical Research: Lessons Learned from Two Pediatric Cohort Studies

Clinical Researcher—January 2020 (Volume 34, Issue 1) PEER REVIEWED Marina Albuquerque de Souza Dantas, MD; Lacey B. Robinson, MD; Elie Mitri; Catalina Gallegos; Ashley F. Sullivan, MS, MPH; Carlos A. Camargo Jr, MD, DrPH   Medical records are a valuable source of data for clinical research, and the ongoing shift to electronic medical records (EMRs) […]

Paul Evans

With Your Involvement, It’s a Wonderful Association

Clinical Researcher—January 2020 (Volume 34, Issue 1) CHAIR’S MESSAGE Paul Evans, PhD   In the holiday classic It’s a Wonderful Life, hero George Bailey learns what the world would have been like had he never been born. For the few of you who haven’t seen it, I won’t ruin the film. Suffice to say, the […]

You Are the Association’s Vital Signs

Clinical Researcher—January 2020 (Volume 34, Issue 1) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE Jim Kremidas   One of the best parts of my job here at ACRP is the opportunity to meet so many of our interesting members and “take the pulse” of what belonging to the Association means to you. I’ve been inspired countless times since I […]