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Patient engagement solutions to expedite study recruitment.
A breakdown of regulatory guidances and a clear picture of what the IRB needs to see.
Solutions to manage an overwhelming response to a media campaign.
Five characteristics to look for when finding the best-fit site for your study.
WCG™ (WIRB-Copernicus Group®) Clinical Services Division, the world’s leading provider of solutions that measurably improve the quality and efficiency of clinical research, recently announced the opening of the company’s new office in Tokyo, Japan.
WCG™ (WIRB-Copernicus Group®) Clinical Services Division, the world's leading provider of solutions that measurably improve the quality and efficiency of clinical research, today announced its acquisition of ACI Clinical, the top provider of Endpoint Adjudication and Data Monitoring Safety Committees.
What are the things that high-performing clinical research sites do that make sponsors return to them again and again?
Insights on how to avoid startup delays, issues executing the clinical trial, or problems with making payments to sites.
How to bring efficiency back to the review process and to ensure that investigators are spending their time where it matters most, with the study participants.
Although there are clear benefits with the first pill to include a digital sensor that tracks if and when it has been ingested brings, there are also questions regarding patient privacy and choice.
Improving outcomes in clinical trials and reducing the trend toward high placebo response across different therapeutic areas requires the involvement of multiple stakeholders.
Six things that high-performing clinical research sites do that make sponsors return to them again and again.
In this paper, some of our thought-leaders provide their insights on what they are watching for and what they anticipate in 2018 in clinical trial technology, regulatory changes, and scientific developments.