Applied Clinical Trials June 2017

June 2017 | Volume 26, Issue 6
Applied Clinical Trials June 2017
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25th Anniversary
By Applied Clinical Trials Editors
As we mark a milestone year for our publication, several guest contributors look at the complexity issues in drug development still to overcome.
From the Editor
As our magazine embarks on the next 25 years of hopeful service covering the clinical trial enterprise, a quest for industry will be lessoning the complexity of drug development while remaining vigilant in protecting the patient.
Clinical Trial Insights
The nascent and fragmented global community of investigators is showing signs of scaling and maturing.
European experts in postmarketing safety surveillance have the most to loose from impending EMA move post-Brexit.
With the new FDA commissioner officially in, the FDA begins the considerable task of implementing key "Cures" initiatives.
Several projects in works illustrate the importance of those unsung heroes in Europe's R&D engine room.
Survey examines issues related to clinical trials quality and participation from the patients' view.
By Applied Clinical Trials Editors
Q&A explores the implementation of the Trial Results Summaries Portal and the goals of the layperson summary program.
Feature Article
Case study evaluates the use of a mobile device tool for simplifying clinical trial patient enrollment and data collection.
Audio study analyzes the communicative exchange factors between doctors and patients before enrollment—to better inform recruitment tactics.
As more strategic partnerships emerge, demands on CROs have intensified—resulting in the need for next-level competencies for project managers.
Examining the cost and patient recruitment and retention benefits of bringing clinical research procedures to the subject’s home.
A Closing Thought
As Applied Clinical Trials celebrates its 25th birthday, longtime contributing author and columnist Ken Getz looks at the four truisms that still drive clinical trial operations today and into the future.
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