What is an investigators meeting?

What is an investigators meeting?

An Investigator Meeting is a time for everyone involved with a new clinical trial to meet face to face and get familiar with the study, including learning about the roles in the study.

What is the purpose of an investigator meeting?

The purpose of an Investigator Meeting is a pharmaceutical company’s forum to train physicians and their staff on a particular clinical trial or study they are sponsoring.

Who attends the investigator meeting?

Only the principal investigator and one to two research coordinators from each site should be invited to the meeting. It should be made clear that meeting attendance is required and that families or other guests will not be accommodated.

What are investigator responsibilities?

– An investigator is responsible for: Maintaining adequate records of the disposition of the drug. Accurate case histories that record all observations, and. Other data pertinent to the investigation on each individual. administered the investigational drug or employed as a control in.

Do you have to give notice for an investigation meeting?

They should be notified in writing, in advance of any procedural steps being carried out and should include the name of a contact to seek extra information from. Before holding any investigatory meetings, the employee should receive advance written notice of this meeting.

What happens at an investigatory meeting?

Investigation meetings provide an opportunity for an investigator to interview someone who is involved in, or has information on, the matter under investigation. However, they can be difficult and emotional, particularly for someone who is under investigation or who has raised a complaint.

What is site initiation visit in clinical trial?

An SIV or Site Initiation Visit is a monitoring visit that takes place after the Site Selection Visit. It is a visit that happens after the study sponsor has already selected the site for participating in a clinical trial.

Do investigator meetings improve recruitment rates in clinical trials retrospective before and after studying data from nine multi center clinical trials?

Conclusion. We found no statistical evidence in our study to conclude that holding an investigator meeting increases recruitment rates in the 8 weeks after the date of the meeting.

What are the qualities of a good investigator?

Here is a list of qualities found in a successful professional investigator:

  • Professionalism. This is a quality required for any career stream.
  • Integrity. One of the most important virtues of a professional investigator is integrity.
  • Persistence.
  • Self-driven.
  • Problem Solver.
  • Reliable.
  • Courage.

What is the investigation process?

The investigative process is a progression of activities or steps moving from evidence gathering tasks, to information analysis, to theory development and validation, to forming reasonable ground to believe, and finally to the arrest and charge of a suspect.

Can I resign during an investigation?

Yes, you can. In fact, it is not uncommon to consider resigning when you are facing disciplinary allegations, but this is a very tactical situation and one that ideally you should take legal advice on before you make any decision.