Survey: Awareness and perception among clinical researchers in Ireland, of changes introduced by revision 2 of ICH-Good Clinical Practice Guidelines, and challenges and supports to its implementation.
Dear Clinical Researcher,
I am a postgraduate student currently studying for an MSc. in Pharmaceutical Medicine at Trinity College Dublin. As part of this degree, I am undertaking a research project to investigate ‘Awareness and perception among clinical researchers in Ireland, of changes introduced by revision 2 of ICH-Good Clinical Practice Guidelines, and challenges and supports to its implementation’.
To gather the data I am conducting an anonymous online survey via email and the IRNN have agreed to support my research.
The survey consists of 18 questions and will take about 5 minutes to complete.
If you choose to participate, please click on the following link and complete the survey by 13 June 2019.
Participation in this research project is voluntary and anonymous – your computer IP address will not be collected or kept. Your consent to participation in this research project is assumed upon submission of the anonymous survey. As the survey is anonymous you will not be able to withdraw your consent to participate once you have submitted the survey.
The results of this research will be included in my dissertation and may be published or presented at relevant conference(s) or meeting (s). No identifying information (personal data, place of work etc.) will be evident in any future publication of the study.
A summary of the results will be made available to participants on request. This study has been approved by the School of Medicine Research Ethics Committee, at Trinity College Dublin.
If you have any concerns or questions regarding participation in this research or about receipt of this email please contact me.
With many thanks,
Ruben E. Keane MSc Student, TCD Email: [email protected]