Clinical Trial Sites Audits


In the race to start and complete clinical trials, securing investigator, CRO, and sponsor GCP compliance can be an overwhelming task. Clinical quality audits are an essential tool in ensuring that clinical research is conducted in accordance with GCP requirements. Given the pressures of executing efficient and expedited research, including audits in your overall clinical investigative plan increases the quality of research data and protects sponsor investment. Addressing compliance issues early and consistently, through corrective and preventative action, enhances data integrity and the quality of the overall clinical trial.


Early audits can identify systematic problems in the conduct of a clinical trial. Corrective actions will immediately contribute to project management success.

External audits offer more guarantees for independence from company’s procedures and operational units.
Studies, service providers and systems are audited against international and national standards, namely ICH GCP and the Clinical Trial Directive 2001/20/EC and GCP Directive 2005/28/EC and the relevant parts of the FDA CFR



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