Sites Articles

Delving into ICON's Use of IBM's Watson

Sep 21, 2015

By Moe Alsumidaie, Lisa Henderson

Steve Cutler, COO, tells Applied Clinical Trials how ICON will be using IBM's Watson Clinical Trial Matching service.

Challenges of Clinical Site Management in Eastern Europe and Cross-Regional Prospective

Sep 15, 2015

By Nikolay Grechko, MD, Kateryna Bezditko, PharmD, PhD, Sergii Myronenko, MD

Survey of pharma and CRO clinical trial professionals attempts to answer whether Eastern European countries are still considered attractive destinations for clinical research.

Quintiles' Phase I Unit Tackles Trial 'Shopping'

Aug 14, 2015

By Moe Alsumidaie

Clinical trial recruitment and enrollment has presented its challenges in many ways.

Improving Minority Recruitment in Clinical Trials

Aug 11, 2015

By Bernadette Tosti

Promising new approaches to optimize data and outcomes.

Five Steps to Increase Site Satisfaction and Study Success

Jul 31, 2015

By Elizabeth Dalton

Over the past three decades, clinical imaging has become an integral part of the drug development process for biopharmaceutical companies.

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Parexel Becomes SCRS Global Impact Partner

PAREXEL will participate as a Global Impact Partner (GIP) and align with 30 other sponsors, CROs, and service providers dedicated to promoting high-level communication and meaningful collaboration between industry stakeholders and clinical research sites globally

CRF Health Offers eCOA Solution for COPD Trials

CRF Health's TrialMax® eCOA solution now provides electronic versions of the St. George's Hospital Respiratory Questionnaire for COPD patients (SGRQ-C) and the COPD Assessment Test (CAT).

BBK Worldwide Updates Its BIO Notifier Website

BIO Notifier helps streamline the process by alerting busy physicians and sites with the latest study opportunities, removing administrative pressures and ensuring patients are informed about clinical trials that could be an option for them.

AAHRPP Accredits First Organizations in Europe

The Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs (AAHRPP) announced that it has accredited six more research organizations, including its first two in Europe. Both are in Belgium.

ACRP Questions Arbitrary CRA Experience

ACRP believes the arbitrary two-years experience generally required throughout the industry is contributing to a shortage of CRAs and negatively impacting efficiencies and quality in clinical research.