Clinical Research Management Briefing – March 12, 2018
With low participation in clinical trials, a new photojournalism campaign aims to increase awareness among healthcare workers about enrolling patients.
Oncology Nursing News, March 6
A study published last year questioned the safety of gene-editing tool CRISPR. Researchers recently replicated the study and discovered that the original findings were not accurate.
Gizmodo, March 5
The University of Oxford’s TrialsTracker website publicly posts the names of companies and universities that do no comply with clinical trial results reporting.
Clinical Leader, March 6
The Administrative Conference of the United States (ACUS) offers new recommendations to help government agencies test and evaluate the rules and regulations they impose.
The Regulatory Review, March 7
Minorities, women and immigrants are not seeing the same benefits of precision medicine compared to other populations.
Futurism, February 28
The University of Utah and Virginia Commonwealth University are the latest institutions to integrate DocuSign with Huron Research Software – improving compliance tracking, relieving administrative burden and streamlining document workflow.