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Barnett's July 2014 - January 2015 Course & Publications Catalog

August 15, 2014

Are you a clinical research professional looking for training resources? Barnett's July 2014 - January 2015 Course & Publications Catalog offers a variety of training programs. These programs are designed to maximize learner engagement and include the following: In-Person and Web-Based training courses, custom programs and services, eLearning, and Publications.

Patient-Centered Innovation in Clinical Trials

May 1, 2014

The paper features executive insights and best practices from leading innovators on how to implement patient-centricity in clinical trials. It also includes practical steps to boost patient engagement with the existing site-centric model and beyond, as well as a guide on how to place data generation in the patients’ hands.

Seven Ways to Optimize Inflammation Trials

May 1, 2014

The shift from organ-based symptom relief to mechanism-based treatment and disease modification in immune-mediated inflammatory diseases has generated new challenges. However, the shift also provides the opportunity to reap new benefits. Find out how you can successfully overcome challenges such as placebo response, optimal use of PROs, patient compliance and retention with this whitepaper where two Covance inflammation clinical trial experts share experience-based approaches.

Integrating Disparate Data for Better Treatment Decisions in Oncology

April 18, 2014

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death and healthcare cost worldwide. As such, it has been and will continue to be an area of focus for pharmaceutical companies, healthcare providers, payer and reimbursement organizations, regulatory bodies, and other policymakers. The data being generated across all these domains has already resulted in enormous demands for intelligent ways to store and analyze information in a timely, geographically dispersed, and cost- effective manner. Here, we discuss perspectives on strategies for managing information in the critical therapeutic area of cancer.

Monitoring Blood Pressure in Clinical Trials

April 14, 2014

Dr. Philip Sager, consultant for Biomedical Systems, explores several related topics to discuss the impact of medicines on Blood Pressure (BP), and the role BP plays in the development and testing of compounds. This whitepaper explains challenges of using epidemiologic data for risk assessment; the cardiovascular risk from BP changes with long-term therapy; the precision of measurement techniques; developing an assessment process from nonclinical evaluation through Phase III monitoring; mitigating risk; and the use of ambulatory BP monitoring (ABPM) in clinical trials.

Cutting Costs, Saving Time: Improving Life Sciences Operations with Digital Signatures

April 1, 2014

More than 20,000 FDA-regulated organizations, including 9 of the top 10 Pharmas and 7 of the top 10 CROs, are already using CoSign digital signatures in order to streamline operations, improve collaboration, support compliance and lower costs. In this whitepaper, you’ll get an inside look at how ten real-world life sciences organizations are using digital signatures to gain these benefits and more. You’ll also get a checklist of what to look for when evaluating a digital signature solution for your organization.

IRT (IVR/IXR) Vendor Selection Guide

March 12, 2014

Selecting an IRT (IXR/IVR) vendor is an important investment for your clinical trial. Download this guide to take control of your trial and inform your decision throughout the vendor selection process. You will learn how to reduce workload at the site, increase protocol compliance, and increase patient engagement and retention.

Benefits of a Patient-Centric Research Platform: Conducting Genetic Disease Research in the Real World

February 14, 2014

A look into conducting clinical research on genetic diseases and how eClinical technology can positively impact genetic disease research in the real world. A patient-centric research platform can allow EDC, reporting and safety data to be center for any particular study and allow all stakeholders to access EDC on-demand based on their role and responsibility.

Advancing Clinical Development Insights

January 15, 2014

A revolutionary alternative to clinical data warehousing is needed. Virtual, on-demand data warehouses make this promise a reality enabling risk-based monitoring, cross-study executive insights to identify operational and clinical trends across trials independent of the data source or format providing insights through a cloud-based system.

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