Perspectives on a Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Implementation of Planned Emergent Use Research
Carlos J. Racedo Africano, Alice Gallo de Moraes, Nathan J. Smischney
Department of Medicine – Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA
Med Sci Monit 2015; 21:2794-2800
In this paper we present the viewpoints of three members of a research team, on the approach to teamwork in the development of an emergent use clinical trial when dealing with diversity of opinions, in order to facilitate stakeholder buy-in. We also discuss a specific approach to the coordination of the team members, which in our opinion had a positive impact on the implementation of the project. We also comment on the influence of the team organization in the timeline and completion of a clinical trial. We hope to start a conversation on team dynamics in the design of clinical trials, especially in the context of emergent use research.
Keywords: Clinical Trials as Topic - methods, Attitude of Health Personnel, Health Personnel, Interprofessional Relations, Patient Care Team - organization & administration, Physician's Role, Translational Medical Research - organization & administration