TrialScope Clinical Trial Transparency Service (CTTS) enables clinical trial sponsors to engage with patients and the public via a user-friendly, high impact website to openly share clinical trial information and results, demonstrating leadership in transparency while optimizing trial recruitment and retention.
One of the many challenges in clinical trials, for both compounds and medical devices in development, is the need to rapidly communicate any potential safety concerns or findings, during pharmacovigilance, to all applicable regulatory authorities.
The ongoing pandemic is clearly, immediately, and drastically changing the way clinical research is being conducted. A leading eRegulatory solution for high-performing clinical research sites, Complion has remained focused on site regulatory document management while enhancing its solutions for sponsors and monitors involved in that process and responsible for the final submission.
As the world’s largest privately held provider of global communication and technology solutions to the life sciences industry, TransPerfect offers an end-to-end solution to handle all aspects of pharmacovigilance and safety management in over 170 languages.
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All clinical trials collect regulatory documentation in order to receive authorization to conduct the trial at investigative sites. Trials require a Regulatory Binder and many keep separate Study Binders.
Remember the time when laboratory kits were ordered and reordered by sites faxing in pieces of paper, and laboratory reports were faxed and express mailed to investigative sites around the world? Sadly that time is still here for many central laboratory providers.
Learn more about DIA NOW In Focus on Pharmacovigilance, the scope of the content offered, and how it can help you keep current and gain insights into hottest Pharmacovigilance topics from around the world.
Regulatory submissions are the most critical milestones in your clinical research program. Quality submissions can accelerate time to market, bring the benefit of new treatments to patients sooner, maximize research investments, and conserve patent life.