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Society for Clinical Research Sites' Global Impact Partner Program Welcomes Four New Members

Source: Applied Clinical Trials

The Society for Clinical Research Sites' (SCRS) Global Impact Partner (GIP) program at announced it has gained four new members since April 1. These companies are INC Research, inVentiv Health, Novartis and Sanofi, which now brings the total number of companies in the initiative to 25. Global Impact Partners participate on the SCRS Global Impact Board at an executive level and work in tandem with the SCRS Leadership Council. They serve as strategic partners and help set key initiatives for the Society to elevate site performance and enhance site sustainability.

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