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ECRIN Network published series of methodology papers

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ECRIN methodology papers underline value of a pan-European-distributed infrastructure

The European Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (ECRIN) has published a series of methodology papers addressing the major barriers faced in randomised clinical trials or clinical research in the fields of rare diseases, medical devices, and nutrition. The publications highlight opportunities for improvement and underline the value of a pan-European-distributed infrastructure that helps investigators overcome barriers for multi-country trials in any disease area.

ECRIN supports multinational clinical trials in Europe. The Swiss Clinical Trial Organisation (SCTO) and the CTU network have contributed to and participated in several ECRIN working groups and workshops.

The publications are available under www.ecrin.org.

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