Change Investigative Site Relationships for the Better
Date: Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 11am ET
Un-enrolling sites. Slow study start-up. Patient drop out or non-compliance. All of these issues—and more—have been targeted as contributors to high clinical trials costs. But what else do they have in common? They involve principal investigators and site staff. As concern grows, solutions have emerged to help physician researchers better conduct research. Other solutions are aimed to help sponsors identify issues early at the investigative site, to intervene and influence positively when necessary.
Applied Clinical Trials and Partnerships in Clinical Trials join together to bring a group of experts to discuss the importance of the investigator in clinical trials, and how to select and engage them in a true partnership.
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Transforming Clinical Operations with a Fully Integrated eTMF Operating Model
Date: Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at 2PM ET
Hear how life sciences companies are moving to a purpose-built eTMF application to transform clinical operations for greater access, visibility, and control of clinical studies.
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Adaptive Design in Early-Phase Oncology Trials – Best Practices for Conduct
Recorded on: Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Theorem’s Connie Wierman and Jeff Joseph along with Howard Grossberg, MD, and Dr. Sarina Piha-Paul, come together to discuss best practices for implementing adaptive trial designs in early-phase oncology studies for sites, CROs and sponsors.
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Comprehend, PFCDM & Versartis- Turn Data Management Into a Strategic Advantage via Analytics
Recorded on: Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Learn how to turn data management into a strategic advantage via clinical, operational and safety analytics. Destroy your competition via data and technology!
Sponsored by: Comprehend
Responsible Clinical Trials Data Sharing While Safeguarding Privacy
Recorded on: Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Learn anonymization best practices for sharing clinical trial data. Learn how you can accelerate your clinical transparency initiatives. Sign up today.
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Sponsored by: Privacy Analytics
The Paper Chase: Clinical Outcomes Assessments in Today’s Digital Age
Recorded On: Thursday, May 29, 2014 at 11AM EDT
Want to learn if a bring your own device approach is right for your trial? Join Mark Wade, Director, Patient Focused Solutions, and Richard Wagner, Director, Product Management, at Almac as they shed some light on the controversial BYOD debate.
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Sponsored by: Almac
2014 Paperless TMF Survey Results: An Industry Benchmark
Recorded on: Thursday, April 30, 2014
This session shares results from the industry’s largest TMF survey to date. The 2014 survey represents the experience and opinions of over 250 TMF owners, identifying the barriers, business drivers, and benefits in moving to fully paperless trial master files. The data shows where organizations are on the spectrum of paper to paperless trials, how they’ve gone electronic, and the benefits they’ve experienced.
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Changing the CRO Paradigm: A Case Study for Clinical Analytics
Recorded on: Thursday, April 24, 2014; 9:00am PDT/ 11:00am CDT/ 12:00pm EDT
Learn from Hunter Walker, Chief Technology Officer of Atlantic Research Group how providing access to intuitive, dynamic and impactful reporting, Comprehend has empowered ARG to devote more of its time and resources into making life better for all stakeholders including Sponsors and the ARG corporate operations infrastructure to transform the clinical research and development process.
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Optimal management of lung function data to drive successful respiratory clinical trial outcomes
Recorded on: Thursday, April 23, 2014
Because the prevalence and overall importance of COPD as a health problem is increasing, clinical trials involving spirometry as a metric are becoming more common. However, due to a variety of factors, the clinical data being generated in these trials is often of insufficient quality to stand up to regulatory scrutiny. In this informative webinar, we’ll look at the elements of variability in measuring lung function as well as the ATS/ERS criteria for standardizing technique.
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Editors’ Series: Cloud Computing and Other ClinTech Challenges
Recorded on: Thursday, February 27 2014; 11:00 AM EST
This webinar looks at the results from a recent survey from Applied Clinical Trials and ClinTech, a CBI event, that explores clinical technologies. Most notable is that while most understand a need for cloud computing, the cloud is still confusing. Analysts and experts will discuss the clinical technology landscape for 2014 and beyond.
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Editors' Series: Risk- Based Monitoring : Models, Myths and Momentum
Recorded on: Thursday, December 5, 2013; 11:00 AM EST
This webcast will look at the current state of clinical monitoring through recent surveys; discuss the various models under the umbrella term of “risk-based monitoring” and highlight many of the challenges and barriers to changing monitoring models.
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Risk-based Monitoring Tools for Application
Recorded on: Wednesday, November 6, 2013; 11:00 AM EST
Risk-based monitoring has been a common theme for discussion since the release of the draft FDA guidance in 2010. With the release of the final guidance, it is more important than ever to move forward to discussions of practical approaches for implementation and measures of success. This presentation offers tools for completing a risk-based assessment, Risk-based Monitoring Plan, and ongoing efficacy measures.
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Implementing Rare Disease Registries: Unique Challenges & Proactive Solutions
Recorded on: Wednesday, October 16, 2013; 11:00 AM EDT
What are the unique challenges of conducting registries for rare diseases and orphan drugs? This webinar will identify the inherent challenges in conducting rare/orphan disease registries and study management strategies that have proven to successfully address them.
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