In order to stay on the cutting edge of their field, researchers need to continue to grow their knowledge and understanding through continued education and training.
When an organization begins the process of rolling out new technology, securing end-user adoption is critical to the success of the system whether it’s a CTMS or an EDC software.
Leveraging technology is essential to successfully streamlining the start-up and conduct of trials. From clinical trial management systems to electronic regulatory management systems, clinical research technology has been instrumental in making improvements in the entire protocol lifecycle.
Handling all of the data needed to manage an organization’s Cancer Center Support Grant (CCSG) is a difficult task. This is the story of how the University of Chicago Comprehensive Cancer Center adopted industry-leading research administration technology and reallocated their technical resources to higher value projects.
While the Common Rule is critical to ensuring the ethical conduct of human subjects research, it can be difficult to navigate the changing requirements. We’ve compiled some helpful resources to assist in getting to know the Common Rule.
Having diverse groups of participants on a study makes medical products safer and more effective for everyone, since it allows researchers to see how interventions affect individuals of different ages, races, ethnic groups and genders.
The relationship between sites and sponsors may not always be a smooth one. A strong relationship between a research site and a sponsor can improve activation timelines, ensure smooth trial conduct and help build relationships for future studies.
Think these factors through ahead of time for a successful implementation.