Best Practices for Quality Control and Validation

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Project Overview

We propose to create a subgroup of the Good Programming Practices workgroup to write a white paper on the topic of Best Practices for Quality Control.

Quality and accuracy is essential in the health and life sciences industries. Patients and regulators must be able to trust analyses of clinical data. This paper will provide an in-depth review of best practices for robust quality control. The scope of the paper will be quality control of analysis programming of clinical data in health and life sciences organisations. It is applicable to the organisations who produce analyses of clinical data, including Contract Research Organisations. The paper will not discuss oversight of outsourced programming.

Project Leads

Name Role Organization E-mail
Maria Dalton Co-lead GSK
Jane Marrer Co-Lead Merck
Wendy Dobson PHUSE Project Manager PHUSE

Project Members

Name Role Organization E-mail
Daryna Hololovich Participant Intego
Vamshi Mohan Gande Participant Pfizer
Gayathri Kolandaivelu Participant JNJ
Dawn Edgerton Participant Edgerton Data Consulting
Michael Rimler Participant GSK
Mark Foxwell Participant PRA Health Sciences
Eli Miller Participant Covance
Evgeny Starostin Participant Worldwide Clinical Trials
Aadesh Shah Participant GSK
Sai Bhavaraju Participant Sanofi
Marko Zivkovic Participant Genesis Research

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Objectives and Timelines

Objective Timeline
Recruit members for project team through PhUSE Start recruitment after approval of project
Finalize membership of project team By 2 months after launch of project
Organise sub-teams and assign sections of paper 2 weeks after finalisation of project team
Generation of initial draft 3 months after finalization of project team
Review and revisions of paper By beginning of June 2019
Present draft paper at PHUSE CSS June 9 -11, 2019
Launch of approved paper 1 month after PHUSE CSS