Surveys

Salary and Satisfaction Survey, December 2017

In conjunction with Applied Clinical Trials (ACT), SCORR Marketing conducted a survey of ACT subscribers to determine salary levels and job satisfaction for individuals involved in clinical research.

Collaborative R&D Survey Report, October 2017

To shed light on current industry attitudes toward collaborative R&D, SCORR Marketing, in conjunction with Applied Clinical Trials, conducted a survey of industry professionals. Specifically, we wanted to know to what extent these joint efforts occur, what types of groups participate in such collaborations, and why some organizations choose to collaborate and why others don’t.

CRO Industry Report, September 2017

Despite macro-economic factors including potential changes in trade, taxation and drug regulation, the vast majority of survey participants are optimistic that the total drug development market will continue to grow in the coming years. The good news for service providers is that 82 percent of sponsors stated that they expect a slight to significant increase in the percentage of projects they outsource to CROs. Finding out what it takes to build strong partnerships and advance clinical research is the objective of this industry survey, conducted by SCORR Marketing and Applied Clinical Trials.

Global Trends in Clinical Trials, August 2017

SCORR Marketing conducted a survey in partnership with Applied Clinical Trials to measure attitudes and beliefs of those in the health sciences as they pertain to the globalization of clinical trials. Specifically, this report seeks to identify the challenges faced in operating multiregion clinical trials and the difficulties inherent in setting standards in emerging markets.

The Past, Present and Future of Clinical Trials, June 2017

To gain a better understanding of the effect of these changes, SCORR Marketing conducted a survey in partnership with Applied Clinical Trials. This summary report delves into how clinical trials have changed and what we can expect as they continue to evolve.

CRO-Sponsor Partnerships Survey Report, April 2017

SCORR Marketing, in collaboration with Applied Clinical Trials, conducted a survey to ascertain the prevailing attitudes toward partnerships between sponsors and outsourcing companies in the health science industry. This report focuses on the type and extent of these collaborations.

Technological Innovations Survey Report, February 2017

SCORR Marketing, in partnership with Applied Clinical Trials, recently conducted a survey to ascertain from industry professionals what big data comprises as well as its importance, how it is used today in the industry and how it may impact drug development services in the future. 

Big Data Survey Report, December 2016

SCORR Marketing, in partnership with Applied Clinical Trials, recently conducted a survey to ascertain from industry professionals what big data comprises as well as its importance, how it is used today in the industry and how it may impact drug development services in the future.

Clinical Supply Chain Optimization Survey Report, October 2016

Applied Clinical Trials and SCORR Marketing recently conducted this survey to gain insight on the challenges the health science industry is facing to ensure drug products and biomarker samples are getting to the right place, at the right time, in the right way. The survey report also includes information on inventory related issues, utilization of technological solutions, challenges at different points in the delivery process, drug product tracking and predictions on future trends in clinical supply chain management.

Innovations in Clinical Trials Survey Report, August 2016

Applied Clinical Trials and SCORR Marketing recently conducted a survey to gain a better sense of the extent to which organizations adopt innovative processes and technology for their clinical trials and the resulting impact. The survey examined attitudes toward implementation, stakeholders most accepting or resistant to innovation, presence of innovations departments or infrastructure, potential areas of benefit and more.

Paperless Clinical Trials Survey, June 2016

Applied Clinical Trials and SCORR Marketing recently conducted a comprehensive survey on the use of paperless processes in clinical trials. The report describes which paperless processes have largely been implemented and the biggest benefits that have been realized. The survey also gathered information on current levels of paperless data collection, the benefits and challenges stemming from eClinical processes, resistance and hurdles concerning paperless trials and predictions about the future of the practice.

Project Management in Clinical Trials Survey Report, May 2016

Applied Clinical Trials and SCORR Marketing recently conducted a survey of clinical trial project managers to better understand the level of company support these project managers both need and currently receive, the culture of their organizations and the aspects of their job that they find most challenging.

mHealth Wearables Report 2016, February 2016

In a follow-up to our mHealth survey last year, Applied Clinical Trials and SCORR Marketing conducted another survey to delve deeper into mHealth technology, this time with special emphasis on wearable technology. In this survey, we gathered information on: companies’ current use of mHealth wearable technology in clinical trials; attitudes toward present and future use of wearable technology; concerns over data security, costs, patient compliance and environmental factors when applying wearable technology and more.

China Clinical Trials Survey Report, January 2016

Due to its large and growing pharmaceutical market, China is presumed to be a popular location for trials. This joint Applied Clinical Trials and SCORR Marketing report explores the impact of recent Chinese regulatory changes have had on trials, specifically the Nine Prohibitions, intended to combat corruption, and the Administrative Measures for Clinical Study Projects at Medical Institutions, put into place to better align procedures to good clinical practices.

EU Clinical Trials Survey Report, August 2015

Applied Clinical Trials and SCORR Marketing gathered industry input about the impact of the EU Clinical Trials Directive (2001/20/EC). Respondents were questioned on whether the regulations have affected the number of clinical trials taking place in Europe, if the intended benefits have been experienced and which global regions are expected to experience increases or decreases in trials in the near future.

Mobile Health Technology in Clinical Trials Survey Report, February 2015

Applied Clinical Trials and SCORR Marketing, conducted a survey to gather information about mHealth initiatives, regarding the use of mobile phones, patient monitoring devices, tablets, smartphone apps and other wireless devices. This report provides insight into how drug development services companies are leveraging the use of mHealth to optimize clinical trials and improve engagement with participants and patients.  
 

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