Clinical Research Management Briefing - December 4, 2017
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine received $4.5 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for a three-year pilot program to promote precision medicine through nationwide community engagement.
National Institutes of Health, November 29
A cancer physician and researcher reflects on the emotional and tactical fallout that ensues when clinical trials fail to yield expected results.
The New York Times Magazine, November 28
Just 31% of patients are willing to participate in clinical trials today, down from 50% in 2013, according to a new study.
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals, November 20
The third installment of Huron’s webinar series on the revised Common Rule outlines how the proposed delay of the regulation will impact organizations.
Regulatory and Compliance
In an effort to lower pharmaceutical prices, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will release new guidance that clarifies the process generic-drug manufacturers should follow to get products approved.
Modern Healthcare, November 29
Clinical research findings are often impacted by our bias toward analyzing data that are readily available, even when they are not useful or relevant.
Clinical Pain Advisor, November 27
Financial and Operations Management
Pressure from payers and the growing availability of real-world data will push pharmaceutical companies to emphasize value in the drug development process.
Clinical Leader, November 22