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Onsemble Members Inspire and Contribute to Clinical Research Blog

Onsemble conferences provide tremendous value to the clinical research community. What if we could all take a piece of Onsemble with us all year long?

Site Selection for Sponsored Trials: How You Can Rank at the Top

The Hoosier Oncology Group, a leading CRO, shares tips for setting your research institution apart from the rest and becoming a “go-to” site.

Disclosure Requirements for ClinicalTrials.gov: Your FAQs Answered (Part 2)

Barbara Godlew, of The FAIRE Company, LLC, answers your questions related to ClinicalTrials.gov. This is the second part of a two-part series.

CTMS and EMR Software: Why Integration is Necessary

It must be an industry priority to collaborate in order to integrate electronic health record systems with clinical trial management systems.

Subject Reimbursement in Clinical Trials: When and How?

Trial participants often complete things that likely would not be requested with routine care. When and how to compensation subjects is often debated.

Consortia in Clinical Trials: Do the Benefits Outweigh the Challenges?

The concept of conducting clinical trials in a consortium is gaining greater prominence in the industry. Beverly Ginsburg-Cooper, Senior VP for Research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, discusses the benefits and lessons learned at the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center.

Disclosure Requirements for ClinicalTrials.gov: Your FAQs Answered (Part 1)

Barbara Godlew, President of The FAIRE Company, answers your questions on disclosure requirements for ClinicalTrials.gov. Part 1 of a 2-part series.

Patient Retention: Minimize Dropout Rates Simply and Effectively

Since recruitment alone can be a long, tedious, and costly activity, it is critical that enrolled subjects maintain their participation for the duration of the trial.

Reducing Turnover of Study Coordinators at Clinical Research Sites

In my experience as a Clinical Research Associate, I’ve observed the working patterns of CRCs, and I’m not surprised by the high attrition rate.

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