The Quality-by-Design Manual for Decentralized Clinical Trials provides guiding principles and risk considerations at each step in the construction of a decentralized clinical trial.
The QbD Manual Quick Reference Guide was created to provide a more readily accessible and easily digestible version of the full-length ACRO DCT QbD Manual.
The DCT Risk Considerations tool is designed to complement an organization’s current risk assessment tools. It provides questions, considerations, and potential mitigations to facilitate a quality-by-design and risk management approach to decentralized trial design.
Data integrity and data quality are key pillars of clinical research. The ACRO DCT Data Flow Maps are designed to build confidence and trust in decentralized clinical trials by providing transparency and visibility into data flow, data controls, and data traceability within a DCT to illustrate how a decentralized model guards data quality and integrity.