Getting Tangled in Red Tape: The Challenges of Doing Clinical Research in New Zealand
The New Zealand medical journal 2010 August 27; 123(1321): 54-8
Regulations and the number of forms that require completion remain a major frustration for researchers attempting to establish a clinical research project. It is essential that clinical research is of the highest standard and abides by ethical principles. However, the duplication of information required and lack of co-ordination between national and local ethics and research committees is a hindrance to conducting clinical research. This publication highlights the pitfalls in our current system with a case study, and suggests changes to the ethical review process that may aid researchers in establishing clinical research.
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