Clinical Site Management & Monitoring

To ensure the success of your clinical trial, it’s important to have an experienced, highly trained team that is capable of ensuring that quality data is consistently delivered. At SPRI, our clinical research associates (CRAs) are experienced in a number of therapeutic areas, including, but not limited to oncology, infectious disease, CNS and endocrinology. We have the expertise and training to effectively manage your clinical data.

Highly Qualified Clinical Research Associates

Our CRAs are trained in ICH/GCP guidelines, as well as local regulations, the Code of Federal Regulations and the EU Clinical Trial Directive. Additionally, SPRI’s ongoing internal training program ensures that our CRAs are up to date on the latest industry trends and practices.

Over 72% of our clinical team members have medical backgrounds, enabling them to partner with clinical sites on the most complex trials. We look for CRAs with proven interpersonal skills who can mentor and work closely with clinical sites as well as SPRI’s functional teams.

At SPRI Clinical Trials, we understand the importance of bringing safe, effective therapies to the market. As a company, we provide our CRAs with the tools to do their job — but it is the CRA who adds the care and attention to their job each and every day.

Risk-Based Clinical Monitoring

Through electronic data capture (EDC) and remote clinical monitoring, SPRI can increase efficiency. As technology continues to evolve, there are many EDC platforms that provide our team the tools to monitor trends, upload key documents and query data entries between site monitoring visits.

At SPRI Clinical Trials, we’re committed to quality, efficiency and effectiveness throughout the research process. As part of this commitment, we continue to look for ways to reduce costs and ensure quality data for our clients. With the right clinical site and selection of data review, as well as our comprehensive risk management tools and highly trained CRAs, SPRI’s risk-based clinical monitoring services may be the best choice for your upcoming trial.

To learn more about SPRI’s clinical research management and site monitoring services, contact us today. With strategic offices in the United States (New York and North Carolina), Ukraine, Russia, Georgia and Belarus and strategic partnerships in Western Europe and Australasia, SPRI’s clinical monitoring teams are well-versed in managing complex international trials.