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“Clinical site” and “Trial site”. Difference?

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Sergii GromovSergii Gromov Staff asked 5 months ago

What is the difference between “Clinical site” and “Trial site”?

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Sergii GromovSergii Gromov Staff answered 4 months ago

1.59 Trial Site. The location(s) where trial-related activities are actually conducted.


I haven’t found term “Clinical site” in the main official international documents regulating clinical trials. But in our practice, we often use term “Clinical site” for determining the fixed location of activities in more than one trial.

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