Sites Articles

Enhanced Site Training, Resources, and Communication During Clinical Trials: Site Staff Perspectives

Mar 02, 2016

By Jennifer M. Eastabrook, Daniella McCrorie, Shawn Patterson Baker, Ruth Cannata

Survey drills down on the preferences and experiences of site personnel in critical function areas such as site initiation and monitoring, training, sponsor interaction, and patient recruitment and retention.

DrugDev Debuts Site Activation Module this Week

Feb 22, 2016

By Lisa Henderson

On Wednesday, DrugDev is debuting its Site Activation Module at the SCOPE Summit. The company believes the module will greatly improve all tasks of site activation, from protocol feasibility, site identification and selection, to contracts and the collection of site regulatory documents.

Patient-Centric Alzheimer’s Disease Trials

Feb 03, 2016

By Moe Alsumidaie

This case study describes how innovative structural design at a study site is leveraging innovative telehealth technologies and nursing home infrastructures to recruit and retain Alzheimer’s patients.

The Balance Between Data and Diversity

Jan 05, 2016

By Jill Wechsler

Califf tackles the many challenges to finding a balance between clinical trials large enough to assess all relevant populations and small enough to include deep data on each patient.

Investigators’ Experiences in Cooperation with CROs in Clinical Trials in Finland

Dec 23, 2015

By Jaana Hynynen, Eija Metsälä, PhD

While several studies and surveys have examined the relationship between sponsors and CROs, there has been little analysis of CRO-investigative site relationships. This study uncovers useful learnings on the positive and negative experiences of investigators in their direct dealings with CROs.

Sites News

SCRS Welcomes Nimblify to Partner Program

Nimblify, Inc., developer of a patient-centric payment system and a benchmarking tool for sites, among other technologies, will participate as a Global Impact Partner.

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