What Does an Endpoint Adjudication Committee (EAC) Do?
An EAC, also known as a clinical event committee (CEC), helps determine whether a research participant’s individual medical event meets the protocol’s pre-defined criteria – mitigating risks to participants while ensuring appropriate medical judgment.
Find out about when EAC oversight is recommended and how EACs support safe study conduct in this white paper, including:
- Appropriate member selection
- Eliminating real and perceived bias
- What to put in the charter
- How the EAC works alongside other review committees
- How does an EAC work?
- Independent committees working alongside the EAC
Download our white paper to learn more.
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