Question: Navigating the FDA website.
Go to https://www.fda.gov/ICECI/default.htm
Under “Navigate the Inspe…


Navigating the FDA website.

Go to https://www.fda.gov/ICECI/default.htm

Under “Navigate the Inspections, Compliance, Enforcement, and
Criminal Investigations Section”, click on “Compliance Actions and
Activities”

Click on “Clinical Investigator – Disqualification
Proceedings”.

What does NIDPOE stand for? Who does the FDA send it to?

What reasons are given for disqualifying a clinical
investigator?

What activities are a disqualified investigator not permitted to
do?

On the same page, click on “Clinical Investigator –
Disqualification Proceedings Database”.

From the database, pick 2 investigators whose last name starts
with the same letter as yours and who was disqualified and with
NIDPOE issued after year 2000. If no investigator’s last name
matches, then settle for the closest letter to yours, or one
disqualified before 2000.

Once you click on the investigator’s name, it will take you to
the “Clinical Investigators – Disqualification Proceedings –
Detail” page. You should be able to find 1-3 hyperlinks (Text or
PDF) there that will take you to detailed descriptions of the
disqualification proceedings.

Discuss the violative actions committed by the investigators
that led to their disqualification.

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