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Clinical Trials Consulting

Clinical Trials Consulting

Clinical trials are inherently difficult to conceive and conduct. Resources are often unlinked, work is done in isolation, and the full breadth of needed expertise is not always available. To support researchers in overcoming these challenges, ITHS has developed a Clinical Trials Mentoring Committee that allows research teams to access the expertise needed to design, develop, and implement high-quality clinical trials.

Our Clinical Trials Mentoring Committee reviews proposed trials and provides free consultation to researchers and their teams. The Committee is made up of an experienced, multi-disciplinary team of faculty experts who possess extensive experience in conceiving and implementing single- and multi-site clinical trials. This collective expertise allows ITHS to offer guidance and recommendations to researchers on the steps to take to successfully accelerate the conception and execution of their clinical trial.

Clinical Trials Mentoring Committee Approach

Clinical Trials Mentoring Committee Approach

The Clinical Trials Mentoring Committee is capable of supporting researchers through any phase of trial development or any stage trial.

Interested researchers contact the ITHS Research Navigator to request a meeting with the Committee and provide details on their project. Our Research Navigator evaluates the request and then works with the researcher to prepare a presentation for the meeting. Other materials may also be requested, such as a draft trial protocol and specific questions for the Committee’s experts.

Committee panels include biostatisticians, pre-clinical and clinical researchers, and regulatory experts. Meeting content includes a project overview by the researcher followed by discussion, questions for the research team, and the Committee’s recommendations.

After meeting conclusion, researchers are provided with a written project support plan detailing the Committee’s recommendations and suggested road map for next steps. These recommendations may include referrals to existing resource groups that contract with researchers to provide fee-for-service support. The cost of these services, if engaged, will be the responsibility of the researcher.

Who Can Use the Clinical Trials Mentoring Committee?

Who Can Use the Clinical Trials Mentoring Committee?

Our Committee is available to researchers across the five-state WWAMI region.

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Cite ITHSThe Institute is supported by grants UL1 TR002319, KL2 TR002317, and TL1 TR002318 from the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program (CTSA).

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