What is a clinical
what is their role?
A Clinical Adjudication Committee (CAC) is an independent group of experts that adjudicate clinical trial data suggestive of the study outcomes to determine their occurrence.
The CAC may also centrally review specific inclusion/exclusion criteria to determine subject eligibility prior to randomisation.
The aim of performing adjudication is to achieve consistency in the evaluation of the data adjudicated in addition to ensuring an independent, unbiased and accurate evaluation of the study outcomes, by an independent and blinded group.
The CAC performs their adjudication using pre-defined criteria defined a priori in the Adjudication Charter.