What is a Data Monitoring Committee?
In a complex clinical trial, data monitoring committees oversee interim data to ensure adequate safety monitoring.
Data Safety Monitoring Boards Facilitate Ethical Research
Data safety monitoring boards (DSMBs) ensure research participants are protected and results are valid. Learn about DSMB composition, concerns, charter, and challenges.
Establishing and Operating a DSMB: Tips for Clinical Trial Success
This white paper shares what a data safety monitoring board's (DSMB's) role is in clinical research and how it works.
What Goes into a Charter for DSMB or Endpoint Adjudication?
This blog outlines the key elements of a DMC/EAC charter document, explaining its importance in conducting safe and compliant research.
DMC vs EAC: What’s the Difference?
This blog outlines the requirements for each committee, what it does, and the critical roles each plays in keeping research participants safe.
Video: Introduction to Data Monitoring Committees
More studies now require oversight than ever. DMCs are required when a trusted independent third party is necessary to assess clinical trials
When do I Need a DMC?
View our infographic to learn the basics of a data monitoring committee (DMC), also referred to as data safety monitoring board (DSMB).
James Riddle and Barbara Schneider Delve into the Different Players Involved in Reviewing Clinical Research
In this podcast episode, we discuss the different clinical research oversight committees and functions to ensure the safety of participants.
Do You Have Appropriate Oversight? Understanding the Role of DSMBs
Take a look at the role and function of independent DMCs from charter creation through interim data analysis to prepare your next trial.
Data Monitoring Committee Info Sheet
Designing your data monitoring committee to provide the appropriate oversight to support participant safety and statistical evaluations.