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The only thing to do with good advice is to pass it on. It is never of any use to oneself.”

This famous quote by Oscar Wilde touches on the spirit of today’s discussion, where those with experience working as a Clinical Research Associate (CRA) will be sharing their advice for improving trial master file quality.

Otherwise known as trial monitors, CRAs have a lot of responsibility in actively managing and maintaining the Trial Master File of a clinical trial study. More and more, the CRA role is changing because of tools like electronic TMFs making remote accessibility, quality control, submissions, and other project management activities the current reality. With that being said, we wanted to go directly to the source on how to best manage a TMF environment that exceeds the inspector's expectations and sets trials up for success.

Whether you’re a newcomer to the life science industry looking to enhance your CRA training, or a CRA veteran searching for new insights or ways of managing your TMF - in a fast-paced clinical trial landscape, your peers truly are your best resource.

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