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The eClinical Forum is a global network of peers. It provides a non‐competitive environment for innovation, learning and collaboration in clinical research.
The North American Spring Meeting was held at Boehringer-Ingelheim in Ridgefield CT on April 8-10 2019. Attendees were from Actigraph, Allergan, Astellas, Bioverativ, Boehringer-Ingelheim, Bristol-Myers Squibb, BSI Business Systems Integration, Cardinal Solutions, Cenduit, CRF Bracket, CSL Behring, Diligent Pharma, eClinical Solutions, Eli Lilly, ERT, Health Quest, ICON, Merck & Co., Neptunus Data, Novartis, Pfizer, Target Health, Veeva and West Connecticut Health Network. The meeting was rated by the attendees as 4.8/5.0 with comments "Great Forum again! Relevant topics and participants are SMEs or at least willing to share experiences.", "You get better every year! This was a STELLAR meeting -- Great faciliticies, events and attendees/presenters!", "Excellent meeting. It was my first eCF meeting but I hope to attend many more. Great group. I learned a great deal.", :Awesome meeting!" Slides and meeting output are available to members -- please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you at our next meeting hosted by Pfizer in Peapack, NJ on Oct 14-16 2019!
Facilitator: Tom Haag, Cardinal Solutions Consulting
The use of ePRO in clinical studies presents an interesting challenge when data recorded by patients and site staff needs to change from initial entry. To the uninitiated, it would be logical to assume that once data is entered, it is never changed. Or at the very least, the data is cumulatively recorded in 21 CRF Part 11-compliant audit trails. This interactive discussion will focus on the data integrity and custody controls required by regulators, for changes that occur more often that we might think.
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eClinical Forum releases eSource-Readiness Assessment (eSRA) V2019
We are happy to announce an updated release of the eSRA (eSource Readiness Assessment) Handbook and Assessment Form. This 2019 version is an update, based on updates to FDA, EMA, PMDA and ICH regulatory documents. We encourage all Sponsors to use this assessment to assist in determining if data that originated in an investigator site system is suitable for inclusion in a clinical trial. We encourage all Investigator Sites to use this assessment tool and provide the resulting report to all Sponsors they are working with, thus avoiding the need to complete different assessments for each Sponsor. Full details of what this valuable tool provides can be found in the eSRA Handbook.
Click on the tab in the top-right of this website (www.eclinicalforum.org) "eSource Readiness Assessment (eSRA)".
Birds-of-a-Feather Webinar: Patient Engagement: Techniques, Tools and Technologies
Facilitator: David Stein, D. Bartley Consulting
Opening Statements: Jeff Lee, President, eCOA & Patient Engagement, CRF Bracket and Martin Collyer, “Patient Engagement” Consultant
Duration: one hour (offered at UTC 1300 and UTC 1900) Note: Sydney AU will be at 6am local time on 28-March.
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Requirements for Electronic Data for Regulated Clinical Trials V2018PR
The eClinical Forum is happy to announce the Public release of the “eCF Requirements V2018PR”. This is a project the eCF REG team has been working on for a long time and is excited to now be sharing.
ABOUT THE ECF REQUIREMENTS: The eClinical Forum has produced a set of Requirements, which are based upon statements in regulatory documents that pertain to the design, development, implementation, and management of electronic systems that support clinical research data as well as those statements that pertain to the handling of data that will be used in a regulated clinical trial.
eCF North America Spring Meeting 2019
BoF Round-Table Discussion Webinar: ePRO Data Changes
eCF Focus Session: Audit Trail Review in Practice
The eClinical Forum published a joint paper with SCDM in April 2021, titled “Audit Trail Review: Key Tool to Ensure Data Integrity”. (If you missed it, you can download it here: Public Release: Audit Trail Review: Key Tool to Ensure Data Integrity Version 1.0 (eclinicalforum.org) ) Now that members have had time to review the paper and perhaps discuss with colleagues, we thought it is a good time to hear what different members are doing, or are planning to do, regarding audit trail review. This focus session will not be discussing the paper, but rather will be discussing what practices around audit trail review our members are taking.
This is a two-hour focus session. The first hour will be presentations of case-studies from eClinical Forum members. The second hour will be a round-table discussion.