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European Clinical Research Infrastructures Network
The European Clinical Research Infrastructures Network (ECRIN) was established in 2004 with funding from Sixth Framework Programme as a reciprocal knowledge programme, to connect national networks of clinical research infrastructures throughout the European Union.
The national participants work in a network together with the European Forum for Good Clinical Practice. Six European countries participate in ECRIN : (Sweden, Denmark, Germany, France, Spain and Italy) and the have a transatlantic link with Canada. These collectively represent 112 medical centres and hospitals that conduct in the region of 1,500 clinical studies. If ECRIN succeeds in helping to create a Europe-wide network of centres sufficient scale will evolve to facilitate EU standards in clinical research and appropriate training.
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ECRIN intends to meet the expectations of the EU and the pharmaceutical industry through a harmonisation process, ensuring adequate quality standards through audit procedures and an ability to conducts cross-border projects that comply with good clinical practice.
A ten-point set of initiatives is being developed across participating member countries to stramline clinical research:
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