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From The CriticsReviewer:Diane M Tomasic, EdD, RN (Slippery Rock University )
Description:This book describes the functions required of the clinical research coordinator (CRC) involved in the conduct of a clinical study. This is an update of the 2000 edition.
Purpose:The purpose is to identify the functions of a clinical research coordinator involved in the conduct of a clinical study on behalf of a pharmaceutical company or device manufacturer. This book meets the author's goals.
Audience:The target audience for this book is the novice or experienced clinical research coordinator involved in a clinical research study. The author is credible, having history of clinical research.
Features:This book describes the duties of a clinical research coordinator. It outlines the regulatory requirements involved in a clinical study. Required documentation and various forms are provided. A glossary of terms familiarizes the reader in understanding the language of clinical research. HIPPA regulations are also discussed.
Assessment:This book continues to be useful to the clinical research coordinator. In this edition, the duties and regulatory requirements of the clinical research coordinator, including HIPPA regulations, have been expanded.