Event Date/Time: Sep 08, 2008
End Date/Time: Sep 12, 2008
In response to numerous requests from individuals and organizations aligned within the international clinical research community, DIA continues the Red Apple initiative, this time addressing clinical research. This effort aims to examine and advance the current role of science and technology in establishing best practices. The areas covered include â€“ the design, validation and practical application and understanding of computerized systems used in the clinical research environment. This will ensure quality, integrity and verifiability of clinical research data. This effort will be global in scope, addressing computer-related issues observed in all complexities of clinical research within our respective regulated environments.
Our objective is simple: To develop a practical and useful reference text for technical, clinical research, clinical laboratory and management personnel who design, develop, test, use, support and manage computerized systems used in clinical research. Only relevant topics, principles, and practices regarding GCP-regulated computerized systems and projects will be discussed.