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What is the clinical pharmacology studies data base? The clinical pharmacology data base is the systematization of all the information concerning the conduct of clinical pharmacology studies: the design, places where the studies are performed, the name of the principal investigator, the ethics committees and the drug under study. This data base meets the registration criteria set out by the PAHO:
- Content - Quality and validity - Accessibility - Unequivocal identification - Technical capacity - Administration and management
Why is a clinical pharmacology query data base important? A clinical pharmacology studies data base fosters transparency in this activity and contributes to the knowledge, vigilance and monitoring of clinical pharmacology studies by the activity main players (subjects on whom the drugs under study are tested, investigation team, sponsors and ethics committee.)
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