March 19, 2019Recruiting

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Survey Lessons

J&J on Informed Consent

BBC criticism spurred J&J to look more closely at its informed consent form. more...

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Poised for Growth

India Is Hot

In the first installment of our series on trials in India, we look at the upsides, downsides and numbers. more...

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BBK Worldwide discusses how to find patients for the most problematic trials. more...

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Lilly, Centocor, Pfizer

2009 Clinical Trials Congress

In a sobering but illuminating first day, the 2009 Clinical Trials Congress surveyed the industry and considered a new idea: economics. more...

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Crowdsourcing Drug Safety

iGuard Turns One

iGuard expected to draw 60,000 members in a year. Instead, it attracted 750,000. The coming shift in strategy—and genomics. more...

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Guided By Duke, FDA

CTTI: A Ray Of Hope?

At the RAPS conference, FDA and Duke discuss the audacious Clinical Trial Transformation Initiative. more...

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An Army Of Nurses

CRN: Recruitment Specialists

Things are still going well at CRN, which relies on a network of nurses that can visit patients at home. more...

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'In The Boat' With Acurian

Data-Driven Patient Recruitment

The patient-recruitment firm talks about using the right data and spending what is necessary. more...

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Invivodata Claims Third Of Market

Site Surge: ePRO Update

The Pittsburgh diary company invivodata has been dredging up facts about patient-reported outcomes. more...

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Four clinical organizations in Massachusetts have come together to help regions that want to get more of the global medical research pie. more...

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Kendle, Langland, Dybedal

Finding More Patients Globally

The tribulations of filling your trial in the era of global studies. A report from the 2008 DIA conference. more...

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DIA Pre-think

Rivers of Clinical Bits

What’s different this year. Random thoughts on our personal nemesis, paper, and the alternative. more...

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Business As Usual

Wyeth on FDAAA

Joseph Camardo spoke at the Post-Approval Summit at Harvard, and was wicked smart. Even so, what he didn’t say perturbed us. more...

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Consultant Ron Waife of Waife & Associates discusses what eclinical means and why it matters. more...

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The conference industry should borrow an idea from the medical journals, our guest author says. more...

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Modern Data Monitoring

Lilly On EDC Changes

Lilly discusses how data management is changing in the era of electronic data capture. more...

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