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The latest issue of Applied Clinical Trials included an article with some interesting statistics regarding clinical trial sites (see ‘Characterizing the Real Cost of Site Regulatory Compliance’ by Kenneth A. Getz). The statistics quoted come from a survey conducted at the … Continue reading
On 1st February 2013 the European Medicines Agency (EMA) released for public consultation a draft reflection paper on GCP compliance, including management of trial master files. After a three month consultation period which ended on 30th April 2013, industry has … Continue reading
[Also posted on LinkedIn Pulse] I have just attended the 15th Drug Information Association (DIA) European Electronic Document Management conference in Berlin. Here are a few thoughts and observations that came to mind as I sat through some of the … Continue reading
If you are considering implementing an eTMF or perhaps you are already in the middle of such a project, there is still time to register on our 1-day eTMF workshop being held on Monday 1st December in Berlin, Germany. Technology solutions … Continue reading
A quick blog post today! Have you completed our TMF Benchmarking Survey? We are running a very brief online survey to identify any trends in terms of how companies are defining their TMF and how they interact with CROs with … Continue reading
Perhaps my title is somewhat harsh but I perceive more than a little frustration in the announcement today from the MHRA that they are revising their definition of critical inspection findings to include cases “where provision of the Trial Master … Continue reading
It is not often that I use my blog to promote meetings, conferences etc but I’m going to make an exception today! For those records management professionals working in the life sciences, there are few events that provide training specific … Continue reading