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HFSA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources The Heart Failure Society of America wants to provide assistance to heart failure patients the public and our members during the Coronavirus pandemic These resources are provided to help us all get through the challenges we are facing together Swiss guidance document on the conduct of clinical trials and research projects during the COVID-19 pandemic Joint guidance of swissethics - Swissmedic on the conduct of clinical trials during COVID-19 pandemic English 2 2 updated: 15 06 2020 Addendum to the patient information / consent form of clinical trials during the COVID 19 pandemic: telephone visits and home delivery of the

Pandemic Best Regulatory Practices: An Urgent Need in the

The Covid-19 pandemic is different in many ways from other recent public health emergencies Covid-19 clinical trials which by design and conduct are destined to be non-informative1 The only thing worse than no diagnostic or no treatment is an unreliable diagnostic or an uninformed treatment Millions of people are placing their hopes on new medical interventions and they deserve

While the National Clinical Trials Network (NCTN) groups remain open for business during the pandemic it's not business as usual For good reason clinical trials are taking a backseat to clinical care Leadership and members themselves face significant challenges treating oncology patients as attention and resources are diverted to minister to those with COVID-19

A new EU Guidance on the Management of Clinical Trials during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic was released on 28 04 2020 The Norwegian Medicines Agency (NoMA) has therefore updated the information below in accordance with this The changes are a further clarification of the information provided by the NoMA

09 06 2020Cipla and Hetero seek clinical trial waiver for Remdesivir Bharat Biotech's Covid vaccine gets DCGI nod for clinical trials AIIMS planning to conduct clinical trial of plasma therapy COVID-19: CSIR institute to conduct clinical trials of antiviral drug Umifenovir Over 50 Covid-19 candidates under clinical trials in India

While COVID-19 has fundamentally altered how we monitor clinical trials for the foreseeable future we are equipped to adapt in a flexible way Medpace can ensure obligations for appropriate oversight and monitoring are met and provide full support to site staff while limiting the burden on site personnel who are already overwhelmed with managing the pandemic

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HFSA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources The Heart Failure Society of America wants to provide assistance to heart failure patients the public and our members during the Coronavirus pandemic These resources are provided to help us all get through the challenges we are facing together

A group of scientists including Thomas Fleming a professor of biostatistics at the University of Washington School of Public Health has developed a new approach for clinical trials during infectious disease outbreaks such as the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic

Main image from Adobe stock: 3D rendering of COVID-19 the novel coronavirus causing the pandemic Important program update: Novartis has made the decision to stop and discontinue its sponsored hydroxychloroquine clinical trial for COVID-19 due to acute enrollment challenges that have made trial completion infeasible The company believes this decision is in the best interest of responding to

Clinical trial conduct during COVID-19 response introduces new operational challenges to consider: EMA Guidance on Management of Clinical Trials during COVID-19 Pandemic Get the Latest News Search Categories Adaptive Design (4) Clinical Operations/Monitoring (3) Clinical Trial Regulations (21) Clinical Trials (13) COVID-19 (7) Data Management (2) Events (12) Featured (25) Life At

The COVID-19 pandemic poses unprecedented challenges for patients clinicians and health care systems As a result our clinical practices need to adjust to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 We have compiled preliminary recommendations for the treatment of patients with T-cell lymphomas and cutaneous lymphomas amidst the COVID-19 pandemic Many of us are employing these tactics

Guidance to sponsors on how to manage clinical trials during the COVID-19 pandemic Press release 20/03/2020 The European Commission the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and national Head of Medicines Agencies (HMA) have published new recommendations for sponsors on how to manage the conduct of clinical trials in the context of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic

Physician and administrator responses indicate COVID-19 will continue to have significant negative impacts on practices well beyond the end of the pandemic Forty-one percent of responding physicians report that their patient loads have dropped by at least 76% since the pandemic began and 59% say the number of procedures they perform has fallen by at least 76% The vast majority of private

FDA guidance updated in mid-April offered workarounds for trial sponsors attempting to conduct clinical studies in a time of travel limitations staffing changes and heightened patient safety issues For trials involving complex products and administration such as cell and gene therapies sponsors must determine whether modified protocols can still maintain trial integrity

Extraordinary measures for clinical trials due to COVID

Extraordinary measures for clinical trials due to COVID-19 : We are aware that COVID -19 has consequences with regards to the conduct of clin- ical trials in Denmark Multiple factors play a role such as trial participants in quar-antine limited access to public places (including hospitals) due to the risk of spread-ing infections etc We acknowledge that the consequences are likely to be

Information on the authorisation and conduct of clinical trials of medicinal products during the COVID-19 pandemic (Version 2 3) 1 General aspects The numerous consequences arising from the COVID-19 pandemic also have an effect on clinical trials of medicinal products that are already ongoing or planned The BfArM is in close contact with its European counterparts the EMA as well as the EU

COVID-19 has brought to the fore the long-standing debates in public health ethics - the balance between individual privacy versus public good Coercive and intrusive measures are being implemented as efforts to contain the pandemic intensify Travel bans mandatory cancellations of public events quarantine and contact tracing are commonplace

NCORP Specific COVID-19 Guidance Listed Last Updated: April 22 2020 Federal guidance related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) that may be useful to the NCI Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP) is listed below in addition to the links provided in the banner headline

24 06 2020Some clinical trials weathered the COVID-19 storm while others were terminated Guidelines are out for how to restart human studies and adjust statistical analyses Some patients declined faster during the pandemic and trial recruitment slowed Piecemeal Return Most clinical trials hit pause at the same time as laboratory research though some continued dosing (Mar 2020 news)

During the COVID-19 pandemic Canada continues to invest heavily into the research and development of innovative solutions to solve the challenges that we continue to face today Below is a summary of some of the opportunities that your business may be interested in exploring: Clinical Trials: On May 23 2020 Canada's Minister of Health issued an Interim Order with regard to clinical trials

The following FDA Guidance has been released regarding the conduct of clinical trials of Medical Products during the COVID-19 Pandemic The guidance contains recommendations for how to continue existing IRB approved research under the FDA purview when necessary to minimize or eliminate immediate hazards or to protect the life and well being of research participants The Human Subjects