Clinical Trials Business Unit
Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) has a proud tradition of actively participating in clinical trials, operating on the principle that a strong clinical research foundation enhances the delivery of high quality clinical care. In response to the Western Australian (WA) Government's recommendations for greater accountability in the conduct of research activities, RPH established the Clinical Trials Business Unit (CTBU). The CTBU mission is to provide world best practice in the governance of all Commercial and Non-Commercial clinical trials (legal, financial, indemnity, insurance), as well as fostering RPH as a centre of excellence in clinical research.
A guideline to external parties providing advice on the appropriate governance documentation (Clinical Trial Research Agreement, Indemnity and Insurance) and fees required for a clinical trial application at Royal Perth Hospital.
This document provides the fee structure for clinical trials conducted at Royal Perth Hospital.
The WA Health Confidentiality Agreements (CDA) pro forma has been compiled by the WA State Solicitors Office and is the only version that the Clinical Trials Business Unit is permitted to recommend to the Institution to sign. This can be used for all other Public Sector Hospitals in WA once negotiated.
This Clinical Trial Research Agreement is used by a Sponsor and the Institution when conducting a clinical trial at Royal Perth Hospital.
This Clinical Trial Research Agreement is used by a Sponsor, Contract Research Organisation and the Institution when conducting a clinical trial at Royal Perth Hospital.
This Clinical Trial Research Agreement is used by non-commercial Collaborative research groups and the Institution when conducting a clinical trial at Royal Perth Hospital.
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