GUEST CONTRIBUTORS

  • The Benefits And Challenges Of Siteless Clinical Trials
    The Benefits And Challenges Of Siteless Clinical Trials

    The costs of drug development have increased exponentially over the years, while clinical trial participation and retention have decreased.1 Sponsor companies are seeking new and innovative ways to reduce costs while increasing patient participation by becoming more patient-centric. One such method is through designing a "siteless" trial. Siteless trials offer convenience to patients while being cost-efficient for sponsors.

  • Stop Talking & Start Taking Action: 3 Ways To Improve Patient Centricity In Clinical Trials
    Stop Talking & Start Taking Action: 3 Ways To Improve Patient Centricity In Clinical Trials

    Every biopharma company talks about putting the patient at the center of everything they do, incorporating the voice of the patient and being patient-centric. However, very few companies are actually doing it. Why is it so hard to conduct clinical development in a patient-centric manner? What actions can we take in 2019?

  • A Crash Course In CRO Partnership — 4 Strategies For A Healthy Relationship
    A Crash Course In CRO Partnership — 4 Strategies For A Healthy Relationship

    You just wrapped up a productive meeting with the FDA. The FDA reviewer has agreed to your clinical strategy. Your leadership team is excited and cannot wait to launch the clinical trial.

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CLINICAL TRIAL WHITE PAPERS

  • What Clinical Teams Should Know About Changing Trial Logistics
    What Clinical Teams Should Know About Changing Trial Logistics

    When it comes to clinical supplies, the journey is every bit as important as the destination and the price of failure is high. This paper discusses how supply logistics are changing and contains examples of how Fisher Clinical Services is deploying flexible solutions to ensure secure, efficient and cost-effective passage of clinical supplies.

  • Data Governance In The Clinical Trial Ecosystem
    Data Governance In The Clinical Trial Ecosystem

    For biopharmaceutical sponsors, clinical trial data are both the greatest organizational asset and the greatest challenge. This paper discusses the principles of data governance and how they are used to build a business intelligence framework that advances data quality, acquisition, and integration to deliver actionable information for use across the drug development enterprise.

  • Addressing Suggestibility As A Psychological Phenomenon In Clinical Trials
    Addressing Suggestibility As A Psychological Phenomenon In Clinical Trials

    How can researchers identify participants’ overall level of suggestibility and then focus on the minimization of this characteristic to solve the issue of suggestibility in clinical trial?

  • Genetic Counselors - Helping Researchers Brace For The Silver Tsunami Of CNS Disorders
    Genetic Counselors - Helping Researchers Brace For The Silver Tsunami Of CNS Disorders

    Genetic testing is making it easier to identify patients for clinical trials. However, genetic testing in the context of clinical trials raises raise important ethical issues, including ones related to informed consent and disclosure of results. Genetic counselors can play a crucial role in helping sponsors address these operational and ethical issues, making trials more efficient, more patient-centered and, ultimately, more successful.

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FOCUS ON PATIENTS

  • Stop Talking & Start Taking Action: 3 Ways To Improve Patient Centricity In Clinical Trials
    Stop Talking & Start Taking Action: 3 Ways To Improve Patient Centricity In Clinical Trials

    Every biopharma company talks about putting the patient at the center of everything they do, incorporating the voice of the patient and being patient-centric. However, very few companies are actually doing it. Why is it so hard to conduct clinical development in a patient-centric manner? What actions can we take in 2019?

  • Using Social Media To Hear The Concerns Of Patients
    Using Social Media To Hear The Concerns Of Patients

    Social media is no longer just a conduit for digital advertising; instead, it has become a powerful tool that pharmaceutical companies use to identify, listen to, engage, and collaborate with patients to improve drug discovery, development, and utilization.

  • How An Advocacy Group Elevates The Patient Voice In Research And Clinical Trials
    How An Advocacy Group Elevates The Patient Voice In Research And Clinical Trials

    There is more investment in lupus drug development than ever before, bringing renewed hope that these investments will expand our knowledge of the disease and how it’s treated. A key reason for this renewed hope is the patient voice, a factor that is even more critical in lupus because the disease impacts each person differently.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

  • NIH Rare Disease Day: Collaboration With A Focus
    NIH Rare Disease Day: Collaboration With A Focus

    NIH Rare Disease Day is an opportunity to collaborate, learn from one another, and celebrate the work already accomplished. This day enables us to be reinvigorated in our passion to advance treatments for rare disease patients and reminds us that the patient is the central point of our work. Here insights from some of the speakers at this year’s event.

  • The Top 5 Questions To Ask When Developing A REMS
    The Top 5 Questions To Ask When Developing A REMS

    Unsure if a REMS is needed during product development? This article will answer that question and give guidance if implementing a REMS is necessary.

  • Clinical Labeling: Looking Ahead
    Clinical Labeling: Looking Ahead

    As we enter the 2019 labeling landscape—with changing regulations and slashed submission timelines—producing labels with 100% accuracy is proving to be increasingly complex and load-bearing for clinical supply teams. In the months to come, here are a few key topics that we are keeping an eye on.

  • Demystifying IRT Terminology
    Demystifying IRT Terminology

    Bryan Clayton, Vice President, Strategic Solutions, YPrime recently presented a webinar on IRT technology. This article recaps the discussion on IRT terminology, SDLC methodologies and how different approaches can save time, risk and cost.

  • The Increased Need For Expertise And Flexibility In Packaging
    The Increased Need For Expertise And Flexibility In Packaging

    As companies are looking to reduce their supplier base and shifting towards more strategic relationships with key suppliers to achieve economies of scale, learn how contract suppliers can benefit from developing strategic partnerships with other vendors and operating as one entity.

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How to Leverage Clinical IRT To Improve Clinical Trial Efficiency Webinar March 27 - 27, 2019

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