Welcome to the UKTMN Useful resources.
We hope that this compilation of documents and useful resources will be helpful in your daily work.
We welcome any new suggestions for useful additions to the UKTMN Useful resources, please do get in touch.
Please note presentations from UKTMN annual meetings and UKTMN local hub events have been moved to the following pages (click the link. UKTMN Full member's sign-in required)
UKTMN Annual Meeting Slides
UKTMN Oxford Local Hub events
Last Reviewed: December 2016
Archive of relevant reports
Clinical Trials Insurance
The Data Protection Act 1998 provides a legal framework for protecting personal rights and, in the case of clinical trials, protecting the participant and the researcher.The framework balances the legitimate needs of organisations to collect and use personal data for business and other purposes against the right of individuals to respect the privacy of their personal details. The legislation is underpinned by a set of eight principles. Detailed Guidance can be found on the Information Commissioner’s website
Health research in the criminal justice system
A compilation of links to useful on-line GCP quality tools and resources
Information for Researchers, R&D and Human Resources (HR) staff in
Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and the NHS
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UKCRC Registered CTUs Core SOPs task and finish group SOPs templates
The Guide is intended as a reference tool, providing pragmatic advice and guidance to all those involved in the management of trials. It contains useful information, guidance and references, and tools and resources. It describes the process of managing trials and gives an overview of the trial management framework, both legal and operational, providing practical hints, tips and references to external resources. It documents information, practical experience, research, analysis and reflection for the effective and efficient management of trials.
It is aimed at both novice and experienced Trial Managers, and can be used as an induction tool with newly appointed staff. It may also be useful to students aspiring to pursue a career in trial management. The main focus is predominantly late-phase, interventional, academic trials.
Useful articles on managing clinical trials