Why Are Multi-Centre Clinical Observational Studies Still So Difficult to Run?
British dental journal 2011 July 22; 211(2): 59-61
Despite the introduction of IRAS, obtaining R&D approvals for multicentre studies is a major rate limiting step. Our experience with cleft research demonstrates that this approvals process must be drastically and rapidly improved if we wish to continue attract clinical research to the UK.
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