GUEST CONTRIBUTORS

  • 4 Tips For Overcoming Common Clinical Trial Recruitment Challenges
    4 Tips For Overcoming Common Clinical Trial Recruitment Challenges

    The current approach to clinical trial recruitment is prolonged, costly, and inefficient and often causes major delays and challenges for research across multiple disease states. The vast majority (85 to 90 percent) of studies in the U.S. experience significant delays in recruitment and enrollment. Nearly one-third of trials under-enroll, and only 7 percent meet their target enrollment number on deadline.

  • Digital Platforms For Patient Engagement In Clinical Trials — Trends & Outlook
    Digital Platforms For Patient Engagement In Clinical Trials — Trends & Outlook

    Pharmaceutical companies have three targeted users: physicians, pharmacists, and patients. Various digital platforms are used to create a good customer experience for educating these end users. The core focus is on patients driving patient care, education, and adherence.

  • CRA Burnout: How Big A Problem Is It, Really?
    CRA Burnout: How Big A Problem Is It, Really?

    Clinical research associate (CRA) turnover has long been a complex and challenging issue. We can recruit more CRAs, increase publicity in colleges, and introduce assessment standards. I could quote various statistics regarding turnover, but I won’t.

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CLINICAL TRIAL WHITE PAPERS

  • Ethical Considerations In Adaptive Design Clinical Trials
    Ethical Considerations In Adaptive Design Clinical Trials

    While adaptive design is associated with many potential benefits, it may also present challenges to observing the basic ethical principles of research in human subjects. In this white paper, we review the features of particular clinical trial design adaptations and discuss the ethical obstacles they can present and those they can potentially resolve. Using examples of both published and unpublished clinical studies, we highlight the importance of proper design and planning and appropriate ethical due diligence in the successful conduct of an adaptive design clinical trial.

  • A Next Generation Sequencing Approach To Influenza Vaccine Development
    A Next Generation Sequencing Approach To Influenza Vaccine Development

    NGS sequencing presents new possibilities for influenza vaccine development. This white paper covers the challenges of developing influenza vaccines and new approaches that may eventually lead to a more universal solution.

  • 505 (b)(2) vs. ANDA: How Complex Drugs Fit In
    505 (b)(2) vs. ANDA: How Complex Drugs Fit In

    Read how recently released draft guidance documents can provide clarity on abbreviated approval pathways and highlight priorities of the FDA to increase competition in the marketplace with a focus on speeding generic approvals, including complex generic drug products.

  • Pharma’s Digital Awakening: Research-Ready Health Information And AI To Reduce Cost And Deliver Better Treatments
    Pharma’s Digital Awakening: Research-Ready Health Information And AI To Reduce Cost And Deliver Better Treatments

    Digital innovations and their emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), advanced analytics, and cloud-based computing, are transforming industries and markets across the world as they offer novel ways to boost R&D, increase product quality and safety, and ultimately improve customer satisfaction.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

  • 6 Early Phase Dose-Finding Trial Designs For Oncology Therapeutics
    6 Early Phase Dose-Finding Trial Designs For Oncology Therapeutics

    The optimal dose-finding strategy for a given therapeutic agent and indication is based on a multitude of factors, accentuating the need for individual tailoring in oncology drug trial design. Read on for a look at six of the most common dose-finding trial designs in oncology today to get your process started.

  • First Thoughts After ISOQOL 2018
    First Thoughts After ISOQOL 2018

    Mark P. Wade, Executive Director, Life Sciences at TransPerfect shares his thoughts on the ISOQOL 25th Annual Conference in Dublin. Hear what professionals that live and breathe Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA) measures learned from this event.

  • China’s Recent Drug Scandals: What Do They Mean For Foreign Drug Makers?
    China’s Recent Drug Scandals: What Do They Mean For Foreign Drug Makers?

    Recent scandals surrounding Chinese drug manufacturers have Chinese nationals looking outward, and have even sparked regulatory reforms. This lost faith in local drug companies begs the question: what does this mean for foreign investors?

  • TMF Summits In Europe And OCT Barcelona: Talking About The Future Of TMF
    TMF Summits In Europe And OCT Barcelona: Talking About The Future Of TMF

    These recent events stressed the importance of the use of an electronic content management system and striving for a paperless environment. Read key take-aways from attendees at these events regarding what the future of TMF could look like.

  • DIA Session Recap: Automated Translations For Pharma Companies
    DIA Session Recap: Automated Translations For Pharma Companies

    The translation process for clinical trials, regulatory affairs, and other high-risk pharmaceutical documentation is historically manual and time-consuming. Learn how companies can transform the translation process using technology and artificial intelligence to work more efficiently and get drugs to market faster.

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