Clinical Trial Monitoring

What is Clinical Trial Monitoring?

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Clinical Trial Monitoring is mainly performed to ensure that the rights, safety and well being of the clinical trial subjects are protected and that the data that comes out of a clinical trial is credible and accurate.
Clinical trial monitoring is conducted by a sponsor representative, usually a clinical research associate (CRA) by actually visiting a clinical trial site in person at frequent intervals where the sponsors study is being conducted.

Healthcare Management

Launch of New Courses

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Following the tremendous success of clinical research courses and the appreciation received from the industry, looking at the demand for trained professionals in the drug development and healthcare industry, James Lind Institute is pleased to announce the launch of new courses to cater to the needs of both these sectors. JLI announces the launch of […]

Online Courses

Clinical Research Coordinator / CRC Course

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A ‘clinical research coordinator’ (CRC) also sometimes referred to as ‘site research coordinator’ (SRC) or ‘study coordinator (SC)’ or simply ‘research coordinator’ is one of the most important person at a clinical research site and plays a very vital role in the conduct of a clinical trial. A good CRC with good understanding of the […]

Online Courses

Clinical Research Associate / CRA Course

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Hello Friends! A lot of freshers who want to make a career in clinical research especially those who already know that they want to start their career as a clinical research associate often wonder which clinical research course would suit them best. Many take up full time courses, some take up online learning and a […]