A complete guide to navigating long-term EU GCP data regulations and corresponding solutions.
Working within the regulated field of clinical trials can be challenging, especially when contending with regulatory changes.
In January 2022, Regulation 536/2014 will become a central European law, bringing with it a raft of new regulations impacting long-term data management, such as the requirement to retain the TMF for a minimum of 25 years.
Keeping atop of the new requirements and understanding what their impact is upon your organisation can being challenging. You could even be at risk of non-compliance.
That’s why we’ve created this simple guide to the key regulations related to the management of long-term clinical data and helped to articulate what these mean for you from a data management perspective.
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01 Feb, 2022
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