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  1. / English / Clinical Studies Sweden

    Clinical Studies Sweden

    Clinical Studies Sweden is a collaboration between Sweden’s six healthcare regions, funded and supported by the Swedish Research Council. The collaboration aims to simplify and develop the work of clinical studies. Page

    Last modified: 2020-06-16
  2. / English / News / Forum Uppsala-Örebro about the ongoing work on regional and national coordination

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    Forum Uppsala-Örebro is the regional node for the county councils Dalarna, Sörmland and Värmland, and the regions Uppsala, Örebro, Västmanland and Gävleborg

    Last modified: 2019-08-22
  3. / English / News / What is happening in the development initiative: National standard R-RCT (register-based randomised clinical trials)

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    Using a technical framework and a national standard that makes methods and techniques available, it will be easier to

    Last modified: 2018-03-01
  4. / English / News / What is happening in the initiative: Research subject survey

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    Sara Olofsson is project manager for the development initiative Research subject survey. A pilot survey to evaluate the experiences of healthy volunteer study participants has

    Last modified: 2019-12-09
  5. / English / Sweden research country / Swedish healthcare system / Phase 1 units

    Sweden research country

    for clinical trials with medicines The first phase in a clinical trials programme for medicines is called Phase 1. If it is the first time a new medicine is given to a human being, the study is called a First-in-Human trial. A trial

    Last modified: 2020-02-17
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