Clinical Research Management Briefing - June 4, 2018
Smaller clinical trials require fewer patients to participate, less time and less money, but many researchers worry that results are not wide enough to influence clinical practice for large populations.
Business Standard, May 31
Providing a patient-centered clinical trial can mean something different depending on who the patient population is and what the study is about.
Clinical Leader, May 22
Increasing participation of women in clinical trials will allow the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to understand the treatment differences between men and women.
Regulatory Focus, May 16
The FDA has published a final guidance today in its efforts to improve protection for participants in clinical trials and reduce regulatory burden.
Outsourcing-Pharma, May 18
Financial and Operations
No matter how researchers approach clinical trials, new data and technologies can be used to impact patient outcomes and time and money spent.
Forbes, May 22
From developing standard operating procedures to improving employee training, experts weigh in on ways to streamline clinical trials.
CenterWatch, May 29
As new reimbursement standards are established that require evidence of increased value, sponsor companies will face intensifying pressure to incorporate payer perspectives into clinical development activities.
Clinical Leader, May 29
Northeast Georgia Medical Center outsourced its administrative operations to Huron's Research Office, allowing internal resources to focus on conducting quality research, enhancing research capabilities, increasing community awareness and growing the research program.