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Baer A.R.,Research Policy Division | Baer A.R.,Clinical Trial Support Unit Hematology Oncology | Baer A.R.,Translational Research Management | Baer A.R.,Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups | And 12 more authors.
Journal of Oncology Practice | Year: 2011

When it comes to the conduct of clinical research, an investigator has numerous responsibilities. Because of the magnitude of this topic, we were unable to address all investigator responsibilities within the context of this article, but we hope the reader will access the external resources that were referenced for additional information. We also encourage the reader to pursue clinical investigator training to better understand the full totality of their responsibilities as an investigator. Copyright © 2011 by American Society of Clinical Oncology. Source


Baer A.R.,American Society of Clinical Oncology | Baer A.R.,Northern Indiana Cancer Research Consortium | Baer A.R.,Clinical Trial Support Unit Hematology Oncology | Baer A.R.,Missouri Baptist Cancer Center | And 12 more authors.
Journal of Oncology Practice | Year: 2011

Developing and maintaining an exemplary research team is essential to the success of a quality clinical research program. Functions such as regulatory compliance, protocol maintenance, patient care, tissue acquisition and transmittal, data collection and submission, and general administration are among the many tasks on which quality clinical research, protection of subjects' rights, and advancement of science depend. No single individual could expect to fulfill all of these tasks. Effective management requires shared commitment to excellence, mutual respect for each team member's role, and effective communication. Once staff members are trained and data management systems are implemented, this infrastructure has to be maintained and refreshed continually. Ultimately, a leader of an effective research program must acknowledge the value of each of its members while promoting a culture of teamwork and commitment to delivering high-quality care to patients. Copyright © 2011 by American Society of Clinical Oncology. Source

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