CT:IQ (which stands for Clinical Trials: Impact & Quality) is a collaborative group of stakeholders from across the clinical trials sector, all interested and involved in clinical trials in different ways, with a common aim to get Australia thinking smarter about the design and conduct of clinical trials.
As part of a clinical trials recruitment project, there are two surveys being distributed, which both close to submissions on the 30 Nov 2019.
The ethical conduct of these surveys has been approved by the Macquarie University Human Research Ethics Committee (Project ID 5764) and will be carried out according to the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007) produced by the NHMRC.
We are seeking opinions from consumers/patients who have :
1) participated in a clinical trial before, or
2) have not participated in clinical trial.
We have developed a brief survey with questions relevant to each of these two groups. The introduction in the survey provides participants with details of the project, confidentiality and privacy of responses. The survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete.
2. Clinical trial site/Industry survey
We are seeking opinions from site staff and sponsors on the barriers and enablers to a site recruiting participants for their clinical trials. The survey will take approximately 10-20 minutes to complete.
If you any questions about these surveys or the project please get in contact with:
Transparency Statement: Research4Me is not involved in this project and will not have access to the information you submit. We are distributing this information as a pro bono service to CT:IQ.
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