Clinical Trial Life Cycle
The Sponsor-Investigator and central coordinating trial team, as well as site Principal Investigator(s) and their clinical trial team, all have an important role to play in the delivery of a clinical trial, see Roles and Responsibilities.
It is also useful to understand these responsibilities in terms of the four main stages of a clinical trial: planning, conduct, data analysis and sharing of results.
Download the life cycle of a clinical trial
Refer to Planning, Trial Conduct, Analysing the Data and Share Results, for further information about each stage of the clinical trial life cycle.
In-depth information, including resources to support researchers and institutions undertaking investigator-initiated trials, is provided in risk management, monitoring and data management.
Please check in regularly for updates as new sections are added to support researchers conducting investigator-initiated trials or registry trials.