Introduction to the ISCR Councils
ISCR has seven functioning councils which constitute the major activities of the Society. Each of the Councils has a Council Coordinator and Members who drive the respective agenda of the Councils, guided by the overall objectives and mission of the Society.
About Ethics Council
Ethical aspects of a clinical trial form the critical and integral core of any clinical research project.
There is a definite ethical responsibility for all stakeholders be it the sponsor representative , the CRO or CRO representative, investigator / site staff, the IEC or IRB members at various stages of the clinical trial from designing of the protocol, to review, approval, trial conduct or execution and even post completion of the clinical trial.
The increased number of clinical trials in India has led to a growing concern about the ethics of clinical trials conducted in India attracting adverse coverage in the media and medical journals.
It is therefore a collective responsibility of all stakeholders involved to ensure that regulatory reform and ethical practices keep pace with the rapid increase in the number of clinical research projects. The Ethics Council is focused on ensuring that the rapid growth in the field is supported by a strong foundation of ethics.
Council Chair & Co-Chair
Chair
Mr. Murugananthan K.
Co-chair
Mr. Manoj Prabhu
Aims
The main aims of the Ethics Council are to:
  • Increase awareness and support discussion on ethical aspects within the clinical research fraternity and thereby, contribute in safeguarding the dignity, rights, safety, and well-being of all trial participants with active participation from regional chapters of ISCR.
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