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4 Essential Skills for the Ideal Clinical Trial Project Manager

Learn how to find the right individual to manage your clinical research projects and improve the efficiency of your clinical trials.

Trial Design in the Time of COVID-19: Complex and Efficient

While the clinical research community is currently being challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic, adaptive and platform study designs may provide much-needed help for sites.

Clinical Trials Day: Thanking the Unsung Heroes

May 20 marks the 16th annual Clinical Trials Day. Now more than ever, it’s important to thank those at the focal point of research and recognize those unsung heroes are found at research sites and institutions

IBC Virtual Symposium: Gene Therapy Research in the Age of COVID-19

Advarra’s Virtual Symposium will highlight progress made with gene therapy, as well as begin conversations about obstacles to overcome.

Q&A: How Sites and Sponsors are Collaborating to Move eSource Forward

In this Q&A, Shannon Roznoski from Advarra-Forte and Michael Buckley from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center answer attendee questions from their webinar, How Sites and Sponsors are Collaborating to Move eSource Forward

Generating Leadership Buy-In for a Clinical Research Business Intelligence Solution

Strategies for convincing leadership to invest in the tools needed to optimize operations and inform strategic decision-making.

Keep in Touch: Tips for Working with a Single IRB for the First Time

Recent regulations and policies have ushered in the era of mandated single IRB (sIRB) review. Many institutions must now establish policies and processes for working with an external sIRB.

Beginner’s Guide to Investigational New Drug and Investigational Device Exemption

When conducting an investigator-initiated trial, oftentimes, an investigational new drug or investigational device exemption application is necessary. Learn more about IND and IDE reporting.

More is Not Always More: Stop Opening Trials That Don’t Enroll

Quantity of open studies isn’t always the best indicator of success. Be sure you ask these questions before taking on that next clinical trial.

Ask the Experts: The Dos and Don’ts of Social Media for Recruitment

When defining your participant recruitment strategy for a clinical trial, it’s important to weigh the costs and benefits of the different options available. Hear what the experts have to say about what considerations to make when choosing social media marketing for patient recruitment.

Empowering Employees Starts with Building a Strong Culture

Everyone wants to be part of a strong work culture, but how does your organization get there? Check out three tips for building a stronger work culture.

Differentiating “Public” and “Private” Internet Spaces in IRB Review

In determining “public” vs “private” online information for recruitment, there is framework IRBs can use to identify different categories when using the internet and social media.

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