Site Management

Site Management is a critical aspect of clinical research, and at Nepgen Clinical, we prioritize efficacy, meticulous planning, and comprehensive investigation to ensure the success of research studies. Our approach involves a thorough evaluation of locations, patient groups, and essential infrastructure components.

Key Components of Nepgen Clinical’s Site Management Services:

  1. Efficacy Evaluation:
    • We provide valuable data on the efficacy of potential research locations, offering insights into the suitability of each site for inclusion in the study. This involves a detailed analysis of patient demographics and other critical factors.
  2. Infrastructure Investigations:
    • Our team conducts thorough investigations into the structural capabilities of imaging centers and central laboratories. Additionally, we explore the feasibility of establishing a sample delivery service to other countries, optimizing the research process.
  3. Approval and Documentation Assurance:
    • Prior to commencing research studies at a location, we ensure that investigators and sponsors are thoroughly satisfied with all necessary documentation, agreements, and permissions. This meticulous approach guarantees compliance with regulatory guidelines and ethical standards.
  4. Site Initiation Process:
    • Our site initiation process is designed to establish a solid foundation for the research study. We ensure that each site has all necessary documents in place to conduct the study in accordance with approved protocols and regulatory guidelines.
  5. Sponsor Procedures and SOPs:
    • Nepgen Clinical places a strong emphasis on transparency and adherence to sponsor procedures and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). This includes protocols for safety recording and reporting, amendments, and notification of any urgent safety measures or violations.
  6. Training and Awareness:
    • During the site initiation process, we prioritize training and awareness. We ensure that the site is fully aware of all sponsor procedures and SOPs, fostering a thorough understanding of study conduct, safety measures, and reporting protocols.