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How to Reduce the Most Common Clinical Trial Regulatory Deviation

Protocol deviations occur at 2x any other singular citation. Read on to find out how to easily reduce these deviations!

4/4/2019 | By Raymond Nomizu, Produced by Anna Krauss |

Regulatory, eRegulatory

Did you know one of the most common clinical trial protocol deviation is when a staff member preforms a task before they are trained? As Regulatory March comes to an end here on the CRIO Blog, we have one last resource to share with all of you...

The Electronic Training Tracker


Raymond, CRIO's co-founder Anna, Project Manager

Raymond Nomizu is a Harvard-trained lawyer and former clinical trial site owner; during the operation of his site, he realized that there should be a better software solution for clinical trials. This prompted him to co-found Clinical Research IO, whose eSource and CTMS solutions are now considered some of the best in the industry. Read more about him here.

Anna Krauss is a Project Manager at Clinical Research IO. She has experience in the health field through her work as a Research Assistant with the MaineGeneral Hospital system, Hospital General de Agudos Bernardino Rivadavia in Argentina, and through her experiences working as an EMT.

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