MEETINGS - Conference entitled Good Monitoring Practices (Germany) April 2001:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Good Monitoring Practices is a two-day conference being held at the Albrechtshof Hotel, Berlin, Germany, on April 24-25. Requirements for monitoring; qualities of good clinical studies; informed consent; review committees; comparison of monitoring responsibilities; investigator meetings; adverse events and effects; and problem solving are some of the topics to be addressed. For more information contact Clinical Design Group (Chicago, Illinois). Tel: +1 773 489 5706. Fax: +1 773 489 5982. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.clinicaldesign.com
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