Grant: $233,551 - National Institutes of Health - Sep. 29, 2009
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Award Description: The Pelvic Floor Disorders Network (PFDN) is a cooperative multi-center network of clinical sites and a Data Coordinating Center (DCC) directed by a Steering Committee composed of the principal investigators of the clinical sites and DCC and the NIH Project Scientist. The Steering Committee determines which protocols are to be performed at any time. Each clinical site that recruits subjects into a protocol is required to conform to the protocol's description of subject eligibility and statement of work (research) to be performed.
Project Description: DCC is responsible for providing protocol cost to the clinical sites. The protocol cost are earned when certain milestones are reached in each protocol; the milestones may differ between protocols. These milestones (referred to as tasks) may be recruitment, randomization, a clinical visit, or specific procedure. The clinical site is responsible for reporting the cumulative number of (chargeable) tasks performed during the current grant year. The clinical site is also responsible for estimating the number of tasks to be performed in the next period. The NIH Project Scientist must approve the number of tasks projected for the next period and the Principal Investigator of the DCC must confirm that adequate funds are available in its budget.
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Project Status: Not Started
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