CAB should be a part who brainstorm during drafting protocol both scientific and community engagement with sponsor and investigator. Can it be possible ? I found only consultation about community aspect in Thailand.
I noticed most of CAB in Thailand involved only community engagement in protocol drafting, not involved in scientific perception. The drafted protocol is finished before asking CAB suggestions. They consulted only in aspect of community and asked issue that related in informed consent or other materials such as brochure or flyer. Some institute completed their protocol and they only inform the CAB. However I understand researchers may think CAB might not have enough ability to do on protocol.
I would like to know CAB in other countries can do this? What your experience to empower CAB to participate in both dimensions? And what your experience to push investigator to ask consultation from CAB about scientific?
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