Survey zeroes in on CRO frustrations

What are investigators' biggest beefs with CROs? Poorly trained or changing trial monitors. That's the word from a new survey of some 300 investigators by Clinical Research Site Training. And they found that investigators are likely to drop out of research if they find that the work distracts them too much from their practice of medicine, they lose money or they find it too difficult to recruit patients. Release

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