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An essential part of medical project management, clinical trials represent a category of research that aims to evaluate both the efficacy and safety of a pharmaceutical drug, dietary choice, intervention or medical device. The duration and specifics of the trials will, of course, depend on the type of product being tested. In order to receive a green light, the study must show the benefits for the patient outweigh the risks. For instance, cancer treatments have been approved in spite of the negative side effects. This is because they address a life-threatening condition and are administered under the direct supervision of a medical professional.
The clinical trial roadmap is a free PowerPoint template that features all the 3 main phases necessary for any drug or procedure to receive approval from the FDA. Phase I is conducted on a small, healthy group of participants and aims to determine the safe dosage as well as uncover potential side effects. Phase II focuses on proving the efficacy compared to a placebo and identifying the optimal dosage that produces the benefits with minimal side-effects. Finally, in Phase III, the efficacy compared with existing alternatives will be measured in a large-scale study on thousands of participants who are affected by the disease.
You can use the Office Timeline PowerPoint add-in to create a roadmap for your clinical trials – but to help you save time you can download this template for free. Try the free version of the add-in and transform intricate patient data into a clear, visually impressive and easy to read report. Or use the more advanced Excel and Project import features of the Pro Edition and consolidate all the information you need to maximize the efficiency of your studies at the touch of a button.
Use the Office Timeline PowerPoint add-in to quickly customize any of the Gantt chart templates above or create your own. Easily change the texts, colors and shapes of your Gantt chart and update dates instantly by drag & drop, all within PowerPoint.