If you are new to the clinical research industry, it’s important to know how clinical studies are developed and run. The basis for all such studies is the study protocol, about which this piece will provide a high-level overview.
We thought of changing it up this week to share how our team is working with our customers during these unprecedented times. With today’s capricious working culture, here are some practices we are implementing with our loyal customers:
The clinical research industry has been rapidly remodeled by the digital revolution. This paradigm shift is exploding into a new way of drug development and clinical trials. A way where patient experience is at utmost precedence. Revolving business models, services, and products around the patient is becoming the new normal.
As the spread of COVID-19 has affected every industry, pharmaceutical and biotech companies are feeling the heat of it. In our last piece, we covered some of the issues the clinical trial industry, as a whole, was facing. With unexpected delays, over-flooded inboxes, and patient safety at risk, here are specific ways sponsors can and are alleviating the negative impact of the virus...
Overnight, the spread of COVID-19 has disrupted seemingly every industry from airlines and restaurants, to manufacturing. As the clinical research industry races towards a cure, it too faces distinct challenges. With rapid changes in regulations, patient safety concerns, and other COVID-19 related pressures, how can
Dear Clinical Research Industry, In today’s unprecedented times, our industry is amidst all the attention. With currently over 300 COVID-19 ongoing trials worldwide, everyone is playing their part in creating the first in-class vaccine for this virus.
Protocol plays a central role in the efficient execution and completion of a clinical trial. Any change to the agreed protocol that affects the safety of subjects, scope and quality of study is considered unavoidable. These changes result in delays in Study timelines, lower patient retention rates, Site burdens, impending costs etc.. According
Clinical trials are research investigations in which people volunteer to evaluate medical, surgical, or behavioral intervention. The trial confirms a new treatment, less side effects and helps to make a better life for people with a chronic health problem. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration(FDA) typically requires Phase I, II, and
Clinical trials are essential for developing new treatments, to understand the efficiency and safety of the drugs to be used for treating Patients. People should be encouraged to participate in clinical trials as they are going to be a part of the innovation which in turn will help a huge population of suffering patients. In…
A successful clinical trial depends on effectively enrolling and retaining participants. As the study progresses from Phase 1 to Phase 3 the number of participants required increases.Research shows that 9 out of 10 trials would not meet enrollment goals in a stipulated time which results in delays in finding new and better medication…