Category Archives: Records management practice

What’s in a name?

“A rose by any other name would name would smell as sweet” is a frequently referenced quote from William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet…. meaning that the name is not as important as the object itself. This blog post is a … Continue reading

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Booking Now Open for SAG Conference (April 2016)

Just a quick note to mention that bookings are now being taken for the next Conference of the Scientific Archivists Group (SAG). This will be of interest to anyone who is involved in the management and/or archiving of scientific records, … Continue reading

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Get Ready for Electronic Document Management Conference

The Drug Information Association (DIA) have just released their Call for Abstracts for the upcoming Electronic Document Management conference in Leiden, Netherlands in May 2016, as follows: DIA invites you to submit abstracts for this upcoming conference in Leiden, only … Continue reading

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MHRA Comments on Records Retention

It seems that the latest submission from the MHRA on their GCP Forum has provoked a great amount of discussion and raised concerns amongst industry. What is it all about? Well the MHRA have provided some clarification on the topic … Continue reading

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TMF Benchmarking

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

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The World Slowly Wakes to the Reality of TMF Requirements

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

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Training for Records Managers & Archivists

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

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