A recent publication in ‘Pharmacoepidemiology and Safety’ highlighted how our team of Safety Nurses worked in conjunction with a remote EHR monitoring system to ensure patient safety throughout the Salford Lung Study.
It is probably best summed up by the concluding paragraph of the Abstract:
‘Integration of multiple data sources in the SLS may provide more comprehensive safety information than usually collected in standard randomised controlled trials. Application of the principles of safety monitoring methodology from the SLS could facilitate safety monitoring processes for future pragmatic randomised controlled trials and yield important complementary safety and effectiveness data.’
Thank you in particular to Claire Williams and Jacqui Brereton for their contributions towards this publication. To read the article in full click here
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