Protocol Writing
& CRF Design

The manner in which a protocol is put together is equally important to the data produced and how it is presented, as it dictates the way a study will be conducted.

Richmond Pharmacology’s Medical Writing Department has considerable experience in producing Clinical Study Protocols and Study Reports according to ICH guidelines. Each protocol is developed in collaboration with the Sponsor in order to fulfil Sponsor requirements and objectives. All protocols are written by Richmond Pharmacology’s medical writing team, with input from Richmond Pharmacology’s Medical Director.

Our dedicated CRF design team use Indesign to create Case Report Forms, Source documentation, Diaries and Urinalysis booklets. Each CRF is based on our RPL standard library of CRF modules (in accordance with CDISC). However Richmond Pharmacology will modify or create CRFs in accordance with your needs to ensure you receive the module you specifically require.

CRF instructions are prepared alongside the design of the CRF to ensure site staff are very clear on how to complete the required pages. These can be incorporated into the document itself or can be a standalone document.

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The Future of Healthcare.

13:00 – 17:00, 8th December 2021
Join Richmond Pharmacology, The Royal Free Hospital and Richmond Research Institute as we share breakthroughs in cardiac health from gene editing to RNA interference therapies.
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The future of clinical workforce training programmes, an exclusive interview with MedCity

November 30, 2021
Ulrike Lorch discusses the future of clinical workforce training programmes in an exclusive interview with MedCity
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Richmond Pharmacology’s Dr Emma Akuffo joins fellow EUCROF task force members as a finalist at TOPRA Awards 2021

November 17, 2021
EUCROF task force members compete for a prize at the TOPRA Awards 2021
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Developing talent in the fast-changing clinical research environment

November 2, 2021
In a feature article for PharmaTimes, Dr. Ulrike Lorch, Medical Director at Richmond Pharmacology, outlines how investing in the clinical research workforce is crucial to delivering high quality, cutting-edge trials and achieving faster drug development
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