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Important Choices

Although underrated, site selection is one of the most
significant processes for a successful trial. A recent report
suggests that 50% of sites under-enrol and 11% fail to register
a single patient in a given trial (1). Therefore, the process of
choosing locations is one of the most critical tasks in clinical
development, as picking the right one can significantly affect
study outcomes, time savings and overall expenditure.

Making the choice once the study or protocol design is clear is
best practice, as this ensures that comprehensive information
about the patient population, investigator specialities, personnel
and necessary equipment is available. This enables a strong
understanding on the types of challenges encounterable
through the site selection process, and having this information
upfront can help CROs and sponsors put the right strategies
in place (2).

The fundaments for a good selection plan are a combination
of picking high-quality and high-performing locations globally,
identifying efficiencies and strengths and optimising the use
of clinical technologies that produce real time access to data.
One of the first steps is to define the requirements, resources
and qualifications necessary for a given trial

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Bandana Seesurn is Lead Project Manager at CIDP. She works with cross-functional teams to identify client needs and develop solutions for projects, leveraging expertise and operational capabilities. In her role, Bandana manages the full scope of trial set-up and conduct, from protocol, site selection and budgeting to regulatory submissions, project development, data management and reporting. She has acquired expertise in feasibility studies, site qualification and management, human and financial resource management and regulatory affairs. She has a bachelorís degree in biomedical science and a masterís degree in pharmaceutical science with management studies from Kingston University London, UK.
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