Arulsingh Jayaraman
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2006-04-06 12:54

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 IEC [Regulatives / Guidelines]

If a study is approved by IEC and later found that the non-scientific member was not present, will a written approval from this non-scientific member and his consent to the discussions documented in the meeting minutes of that meeting will be considered as corrective action by an auditor
Kartikeyan V S
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2006-04-06 13:18

@ Arulsingh Jayaraman
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 IEC

Ethics committe is combination of scientific and non-scientific members. This type of constitution is made in order to balance the scientific and non-scientific issues during the study approval.

if a study is approved without the non-scientific group then such approval is not valid.

Getting a post approval from non-scientific group is not advisable.

Kartikeyan
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2006-05-08 19:41

@ Kartikeyan V S
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Hi Kartikeyan,

are you talking to yourself? :surprised:

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