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A Clincal Trials Governance Framework Steering Committee (Steering Committee) has been convened to provide advice, expertise and consumer input to development of the Clinical Trials Governance Framework. It is comprised of individuals with relevant expertise and experience in the clinical trials sector and the Australian health care system.

The Steering Committee will:

  1. Support delivery of the project in line with the requirements of the Commission and the expectations of the Department
  2. Provide advice on development of the Clinical Trials Governance Framework and high level implementation plan
  3. Facilitate engagement with peer groups about the project.

 
All members are required to disclose financial, personal and professional interests that could (or could be perceived to) influence a decision made, or advice given to the Commission.

Disclosures are updated prior to each meeting and managed in line with the Commission’s:

Disclosure of Interest Policy (WORD, 166KB)
Disclosure of Interest Policy (PDF, 690KB)

Activities

The Commission has undertaken a review of the national and international literature on approaches to clinical trials governance, and has commenced a mapping exercise of state and territory clinical trial policies and processes that will inform the development of the Clinical Trials Governance Framework and a high level implementation strategy. Consultation on the draft Clinical Trials Governance Framework will commence later in 2018.

Consultation

Consultation on the draft Clinical Trials Governance Framework will commence later in 2018.

Visit our Current Consultation page at this time for more information on the consultation.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about the Clinical Trials Governance Framework project please contact Bernadette Aliprandi-Costa, Project Manager and the project team via email CTgovernance@safetyandquality.gov.au or phone 02 9126 3600.