Clinical Research Management Briefing – January 29, 2018
Apple, in partnership with a dozen U.S. healthcare organizations, is beta testing a new feature for iPhone users to transfer medical data from their providers directly to their device.
The New York Times, January 24
Basic behavioral research proposals due on or after January 25 may be classified as clinical trials under the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) new definition, raising questions throughout the science community.
Science, January 23
Though eConsent technology has the power to revolutionize patient engagement in clinical trials, vendors must educate site staff in order to embrace these tools and adapt processes accordingly.
Clinical Informatics News, January 23
Research technology company Digital Science relaunched a free database that aggregates abstracts, citations and other key information, in hopes of spurring innovation across institutions of all sizes.
Inside Higher Ed, January 15
Newly public documents reveal how a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary oversaw a “seeding trial,” schemes in which product promotion is veiled as clinical research, to push sales of a new line of hip implants.
HealthNewsReview.org, January 22Contact Us