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UKTMN Members' Webinar - IMP-Track
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UKTMN Members' Webinar - IMP-Track

Our first members' webinar - presented by Abby Willcox, University of Bristol

17/07/2019
When: Wednesday, July 17, 2019
12:00 PM
Where: Webinar
United Kingdom
Contact: UKTMN


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Clinical trials of investigational medicinal products require systems to track and account for study drug throughout its lifecycle. This can be difficult in non-commercial multi-centre trials as not all CTUs or investigators have systems available.

With NIHR funding to develop efficient trial management tools, CTEU Bristol and collaborators designed a web-based system (IMP-Track) to facilitate IMP management centrally by the CTU, with the ability to assign role-restricted tasks to users at sites, e.g. research nurses and pharmacists. As part of the design process, input was sought from other CTUs about how they currently manage IMP accountability, what features they would find useful in a management system and whether they would be interested in a system designed specifically for CTUs to use in non-commercial trials. IMP-Track is currently in use in three multi-centre CTIMPs and is available to other CTUs. As well as managing the ordering and returns of IMP, IMP-Track supports parallel-group, factorial and cross-over designs, includes a randomisation function, communicates with external databases, sends customisable email notifications, operates in masked and unmasked modes, can unmask participant allocations and maintains an exportable audit trail.

Join this webinar and find out more about the IMP-Track system and see if it could help you manage IMP in your trials, by registering for this event. 

Please consider that due to registration for this event being limited, viewing with your colleagues who are also members' of the UKTMN is recommended. 

You will receive an invitation to join this webinar via email in advance of the event. 

A recording of this webinar will be made available after the event. 

If you have any questions, please email uktmn@nottingham.ac.uk