Protocol deviations and violations should be reported as soon as possible to the Trial Coordinator, who will document the occurrence and report it to the IRB as appropriate. Local IRB reporting requirement may also apply.
A protocol violation is an accidental or unintentional change to the IRB-approved protocol procedures without prior sponsor and IRB approval. Violations, as opposed to simply deviations, generally affect the subject’s rights, safety, welfare, and/or the integrity of the resultant data. Examples of protocol violations include (not an exhaustive list): Informed consent obtained after the initiation [...]
A protocol deviation is an incident involving noncompliance with the protocol, but one that typically does not have a significant effect on the subject’s rights, safety, welfare, and/or the integrity of the resultant data. Deviations may result from the action of the participant, investigator, or staff. Examples of protocol deviations include (not an exhaustive list): [...]
It is important that serious adverse events (SAEs), adverse events (AEs), or other unanticipated problems be reported immediately to both the Trial PI (Nitin Jain) & Trial Coordinator (Helen Koudelková). Information about Serious Adverse Events (SAEs) and Adverse Events (AEs) will be systematically collected via patient questionnaires. However, should study personnel become aware of such [...]