Who are FluCamp regulated by? - FluCamp

All of our work is conducted to the highest standards, and all medical trials that involve an investigational medicinal product are regulated by the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. That means that every trial has been reviewed and approved by external bodies including the Research Ethics Committee as part of a quality management system.
FluCamp operates a single quality management system to ensure compliance with relevant regulations and guidelines, applicable to working in the clinical trial industry and handling data. These include The Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trials) Regulations 2004, Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Human Tissue Act 2004 and Data Protection Act 2018 – which are all regulated by external bodies. The performance and standards of our Clinical Teams are accountable to the same governing bodies as NHS staff e.g GMC for physicians.
All of our trials are conducted in line with regulations and we take the utmost care of our volunteers. If you have any questions with regards to Flu Camp trial regulators then please get in touch.


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