Barriers to Conducting Clinical Research in Reproductive Medicine: India
Fertility and sterility 2011 Oct; 96(4): 809-10
Research in India is evolving at a rapid pace. Ergo, we need faster approval processes and review timelines. Improvement in the quality of institutional review boards would also contribute to good research practices. Clinical research should be included as a part of the undergraduate medical and pharmacy curriculum, and leading hospitals and practitioners should openly endorse research.
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