ISCR's Davis On Pandemic Adaptations, Value Of Multi-Regional Trials
Varying Implementation Of India's Trial Waiver Clause
The new chief of the Indian Society for Clinical Research, Sanish Davis, tells Scrip how the Indian trials segment coped amid pandemic upheaval, emphasizing the need for stakeholder “sensitization and socialization” of the concepts of virtual/hybrid trials as part of efforts to mainstream these. The executive also shared his views on India’s trial waiver clause.
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