Applied Clinical Trials-01-01-2009

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Global News

January 01, 2009

Jane Barrett discusses data quality as she addresses the question raised by DIA's 2nd European Clinical Forum: Is 90% of data rubbish?

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View from Brussels

January 01, 2009

What antitrust authorities have uncovered so far in their search for sabotage.

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eShowcase

January 01, 2009

The latest eClinical software in the clinical trials industry.

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Business News

January 01, 2009

Industry news focusing on the people and organizations who work in the clinical trials profession.

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Feature Article

January 01, 2009

Surveys among pharma, clinics, and investigators shed light on trials in children.

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News

January 01, 2009

With greater attention and acceptance of biomarker use in clinical trials, the Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) is hoping to capitalize on its expertise in this area through the creation of the SNM Clinical Trials Network.

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Clinical Trial Insights

January 01, 2009

A look at the vague but time consuming requirements imposed on sites and efforts to ease the burden.

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Feature Article

January 01, 2009

The case for standardizing the use of clinician rated outcome measures to improve research studies.

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News

January 01, 2009

A look into the current state of the eCTD format as well as its future in industry from a global standpoint.

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View from Washington

January 01, 2009

More resources and new leadership could help FDA regain its stature and bolster support for innovation.

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A Closing Thought

January 01, 2009

As patient recruiters and sponsors face low recruitment numbers, they must look beyond global trials to find a solution.

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News

January 01, 2009

Regional recruitment managers are on the rise, providing a unique approach to onsite subject enrollment.