Where do I file a Protocol Deviation Guideline?

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      For our studies, we have implemented the Protocol Deviations Guidelines for CRAs to follow when entering PDs into our CTMS. We also have a Protocol Deviation Flowchart which outlines the activities related to PDs, from entering into CTMS to medical monitor review, and classification as major or minor. Where would I file these trial level documents in the eTMF for reference 3.2.0?

    • #4561
      Eldin Rammell
      Participant

      Hi Nick

      Is this a trial-specific guideline?

      • #4562

        Hi Eldin,

        Excellent question — it is not a trial specific guideline but used across all of our programs. Should it not be filed in the TMF or should it be filed in our TMF for each study?

    • #4563
      Janna Gonzalez
      Participant

      Hi Nick,

      I think it should be filed in TMF for each study.

      This is a Study Level document across all studies correct?

      Example of documents,
      “Acknowledgement of Receipt Protocol Deviation Listing (component of CSR)
      Protocol Deviation Report
      Waiver Report
      Deviation date
      PI Signature Date
      CRA Signature Date
      CM Signature Date”

      05 Site Management 05.04 Site Management 05.04.06 Protocol Deviations To document non-compliance/ deviations to the protocol. This may also be a consolidated list for a country filed at the country level or a consolidated list for the study filed at the study level. “Protocol Deviations
      Protocol Deviation Logs
      Protocol Deviation Report

      Hope this helps!
      Janna

    • #4592
      Vaibhav Funde
      Participant

      Protocol Deviations Guidelines for CRAs if this document is created specifically for training purpose of CRAs then we can use artifact “01.04.02 – Trial Team Training Material”.

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