CRO – Clinical Research Organisation

CRO – Clinical Research Organisation – Dr. Oestreich + Partner GmbH

Founded in 1991, the CRO (Clinical Research Organisation), Dr. Oestreich + Partner GmbH, has been active in the development of medicinal products, and in the fields of medical economics and outcomes research for many years. Thus, our CRO (Clinical Research Organisation) team, consisting as it does of numerous experts and highly qualified personnel, draws on two decades of experience in the international support of clinical research projects in a broad range of indications in the areas of disease prophylaxis, treatment, care and economics.

http://www.oandp-cro.com/clinical-research/clinical-trial-management/

In the development of medicinal products, internal resources are not always sufficient to achieve the planned objectives for the execution of labour-intensive projects within the given and generally inflexible timelines. As a CRO (Clinical Research Organisation) we support our customers with our extensive know-how and in the process we always have our customers’ goals in mind.

CRO - Clinical Research Organisation - Full Service at every Stage of the Process

As a CRO (Clinical Research Organisation), we formulate a budget-, time-and goal-oriented project plan and ensure the timely involvement of all key personnel. Our experienced team will be happy to create and compile medical texts - from the development of dossiers for official purposes and ethics committees, to the preparation of the protocol, CRF (Case Report Form) and final clinical study report through to editorial texts. On an as needed basis, the documents and texts will also be translated. Furthermore, we ensure compliance with legal requirements, such as informing competent authorities of investigators’ participation, taking into consideration the respective national regulations. We recruit and train study sites and laboratories. During the entire conduct of the project, our internet-based data bases are available to authorised users. These data bases adhere to data protection legislative requirements and allow real-time access to all the current project data. Thus, enabling increased cost efficiency through lower travel costs.

As a full service CRO (Clinical Research Organisation) we also organise and coordinate project-related events for clinical study participants, investigators, study assistants, advisory bodies, committees, and so forth.

An overview of our comprehensive CRO (clinical research organisation) services is found here:

http://www.oandp-cro.com/clinical-research/clinical-trial-management/


EMEA Pharmacovigilance
Health care studies
Observational studies
EMA Pharmacovigilance
Medical Biometrics
Approval of Medical Devices
Pharmacovigilance
Clinical Investigators
Clinical Trials
GCP Legislation
GCP - Good Clinical Practice
ICH GCP E6
GCP Guidelines
GCP Compliance
BfArM GCP
CRO – Clinical Research Organisation
CRO – Contract Research Organisation
PSUR
PSURs
Pharmacoeconomics, Health
Pharmacoeconomic studies
Pharmacoeconomics
Patient Monitoring
Monitoring Clinical Trials
Clinical Monitor
Marketing Authorisation
Medicinal Product Approval
Drug safety
Data management plan
Clinical development
Monitoring investigators
Non-interventional studies (NIS)
Patient recruitment
Phase IV studies
Investigator audit
Investigator qualification
Investigator selection

EMEA Pharmacovigilance · Health care studies · Observational studies · EMA Pharmacovigilance · Medical Biometrics · Approval of Medical Devices · Pharmacovigilance · Clinical Investigators · Clinical Trials · GCP Legislation · GCP - Good Clinical Practice · ICH GCP E6 · GCP Guidelines · GCP Compliance · BfArM GCP · CRO – Clinical Research Organisation · CRO – Contract Research Organisation · PSUR · PSURs · Pharmacoeconomics, Health · Pharmacoeconomic studies · Pharmacoeconomics · Patient Monitoring · Monitoring Clinical Trials · Clinical Monitor · Marketing Authorisation · Medicinal Product Approval · Drug safety · Data management plan · Clinical development · Monitoring investigators · Non-interventional studies (NIS) · Patient recruitment · Phase IV studies · Investigator audit · Investigator qualification · Investigator selection