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HRB Clinical Research Coordination Ireland (HRB CRCI)
Identification
Hosting Legal Entity
Clinical Research Development Ireland
Address:
Ireland
Location
28 Mount St. Upper, CRDI, Dublin, PO: D02 CX28 (Ireland)
Structure
Type Of RI
Distributed
Coordinating Country
Ireland
Status
Status
Current Status:
Operational since 2015
Timeline
Operational since 2015 to 2021
Design/planning since 2014 to 2015
Scientific Description
To advance healthcare by enabling a coordinated system with the specialist skills, expertise and infrastructure to design, conduct and analyse clinical trials and other intervention studies in Ireland, undertaken by networked clinician investigators and/or industry

RI Keywords
Clinical trial networks, Study feasibilities, Studies from the academic section, High quality clinical research, Signposting, Clinical trials
Classifications
RI Category
Clinical Research Centres
Scientific Domain
Biological and Medical Sciences
ESFRI Domain
Health and Food
Services
Consultancy

Consultancy support from product concept to commercialisation.

Regulatory and Ethics

Management of the application process, including preparation and submission of study documents when feasible.

On-line Services

Provision of resources, including templates, guidance and signposting to training and education programmes, as appropriate.

Signposting

Primary point of contact for clinical innovation and research, facilitating industry and academia.

Advisory

Consultation on regulatory pathways and provision of advice on conduct of clinical research in all fields.

Promotion

Ambassadors for Irish clinical innovation and research, nationally and internationally.

Quality

Ensured through a team of quality managers located across the central office and CRF/Cs, facilitating best practice and harmonisation across the network.

Study Feasibility

Offering streamlined process with coordination and oversight through the central office and dedicated resource in the CRF/Cs to navigate local systems and engage with Investigators, ultimately leading to efficient and timely identification of sites.

Date of last update: 28/02/2019
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