Category Archives: Compliance

Is it OK to “manipulate” PDFs to improve records management?

This is a question that I hear posed fairly frequently, I guess as a result of organisations managing electronic records rather than – or in addition to – traditional paper records. A typical scenario is an electronic document received into the … Continue reading

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Are Copies as Acceptable as Original Documents?

This is a question that I seem to be hearing with increasing frequency! I think the reason for this is that an increasing number of companies and organizations are introducing electronic document management systems (EDMS). Where there are hard-copy records … Continue reading

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Documentation Risk Adaptations in Clinical Trials

A paper has recently been published under the joint auspices of the UK Department of Health (DH), the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) and Medical Research Council (MRC) describing risk-adapted approaches to the management of clinical trials of … Continue reading

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Questions a Sponsor Should Ask a CRO

While I was browsing through my website analytics, I came across the above question that was entered into a search engine which in turn directed somebody to the website. It got me thinking what a great question it was! So, from … Continue reading

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Search FDA Warning Letters

Did you know that the FDA have recently (26th May 2011) provided an advanced search capability on their Warning Letters web pages? The advanced search page now gives you the ability to search for company name (including wildcard), date range … Continue reading

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