FDA Webinar: Final GFI: Electronic Source Data In Clinical Investigations (Procedural) - January 29, 2014

FDA

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced the availability of a final guidance for industry titled “Electronic Source Data in Clinical Investigations.” This final guidance provides recommendations to sponsors, Contract Research Organizations (CROs), clinical investigators, and others involved in the capture, review, and retention of electronic source data in FDA-regulated clinical investigations.
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On December 8, 2016, member organizations of the Congressional Fire Services Institute’s (CFSI) National Advisory Committee (NAC) approved a resolution to develop a white paper that describes the current state of the American Fire Service in protecting the public, their property and the nation’s critical infrastructure from fire and other emergencies. It is designed to help government officials better understand what is expected of firefighters nationwide who respond to over 35 million emergency calls annually and how specific federal programs enhance the readiness and response capabilities of these brave men and women.


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On December 8, 2016, member organizations of the Congressional Fire Services Institute’s (CFSI) National Advisory Committee (NAC) approved a resolution to develop a white paper that describes the current state of the American Fire Service in protecting the public, their property and the nation’s critical infrastructure from fire and other emergencies. It is designed to help government officials better understand what is expected of firefighters nationwide who respond to over 35 million emergency calls annually and how specific federal programs enhance the readiness and response capabilities of these brave men and women.

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