Site Close-out

Ensure Quality and Compliance is maintained

Study Conduct

Provide Administrative support and maintain study timelines

Site Identification and Feasibility

KE CRC ensure site provide its commitment based on Protocol, not Disease

Study Conduct

Keeping study team well-informed of site specific requirement to avoid delays in submissions
Clinical Research Coordinators (CRCs) play a crucial role in the success of research sites. With a wide range of responsibilities, the CRC is the “heart” of a clinical trial – the champion of the protocol, the guardian of the patients, and the taskmaster of the research team.
Although the Clinical Research Coordinator’s purpose hasn’t changed, what they do on a daily basis has. In the past few years, most CRCs have gone from managing trials with paper and binders to managing trials with an array of different software programs
Unfortunately, adopting software hasn’t solved all of the struggles CRCs face. In a 2021 study, 67.7% of Clinical Research Coordinators said that stress negatively impacts their work performance, even though clinical trial software is available at roughly 78% of research sites.

How KE CRC’s use technology to generate better outcome?

ensure that:

  1. Support to site team in enrolment targets and timelines are met
  2. KE CRC’s are provided with guidance on how to assist their sites:
    • Prior to Enrolment
    • During Enrolment
    • During Close Out activities
  3. Administrative support to ensure that adequate numbers of qualified subjects are screened and randomized for the study
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