Resources

BC Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (BCCRIN)

BCCRIN is pleased to present Version 2.0 of the Clinical Research Asset Map. Originally commissioned in 2010, International BioPharma Solutions Ltd undertook to collect and collate information on existing infrastructure and clinical trial activity in British Columbia. The purpose of the document was to help stakeholders understand BC's strengths and to identify opportunities to build on past investments and successes to create a world class clinical research enterprise for the province.

Version 2.0 builds on these efforts and presents an updated, comprehensive database of academic and independent clinical research sites, investigators, research ethics boards and service providers. With support from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP), this easy to navigate database is equipped with search and filter functions and forms to allow information to be easily updated and kept current. The database provides a wealth of information on the tremendous research strengths we have in British Columbia. We invite you to visit the Asset Map and see what BC has to offer!

Health Tech Innovation Foundation

Health Tech Innovation Foundation is a non-profit for health technology advancement that combines location and expertise, embedded in the clinical environment to provide advanced improvements in healthcare.

Health Canada

HealthCareCAN

The Clinical Trial Process

The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) provides an overview of the components of a clinical trial.

Document Management

Keeping essential documents is a mandatory part of conducting a clinical trial as per ICH Good Clinical Practices. Research related documents will be required by inspectors for the Health Canada HPFB Inspectorate for audit purposes in addition to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for any U.S. government funded trials.

Professional Affiliations

For questions regarding the clinical trial agreement process, and requirements for obtaining Fraser Health department agreements for providing research-related services and the privacy review process for obtaining an assurance of confidentiality and security agreement, contact Susan Chunick .

Go to Framework for a summary of the administrative process for research review.