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What Does an Endpoint Adjudication Committee (EAC) Do?

An endpoint adjudication committee (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. Committee members help mitigate risks to study participants while ensuring appropriate medical judgment.

Why should sponsors consider establishing an independent adjudication committee for certain trials?

Find out more about when EAC oversight is recommended and how EACs support safe study conduct in this white paper, including:
  • The EAC’s role in research
  • The importance of independence
  • Appropriate member selection
  • How does an EAC work?
  • Independent committees working alongside the EAC

Download our free white paper to learn more.

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