Applied Clinical Trials-08-01-2001

Technology Viewpoint
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

A public key infrastructure (PKI) can make it possible to securely exchange data on the Internet. This introduction will help you understand the issues in PKI implementation.

View from Washington
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

As the debate on clinical research policy continues, FDA is setting standards for pediatric studies and encouraging more sex-specific analysis of clinical data.

Notes from the Field
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

Readers share their experience

View from Brussels
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

The EMEA updates its positions on placebos, Crohn?s disease trials, and postmarketing surveillance of drugs used by pregnant women.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

Outsourcing and data-sharing technologies are creating virtual pharmaceutical companies. Soon, you may be only as good as your network.

Letters to the Editor
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

Readers respond to articles and columnists

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

Maintaining minimum standards can compromise the quality of your data and the rights and safety of study subjects.

Meet the EAB
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

Sabritt recalls the challenge of building a data management organization from the ground up while striving to retain the pioneering spirit, flexibility, and rapid decision-making capabilities or a startup culture.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

Are the virtual pharmaceutcal companies created by outsourcing and today's data-sharing technologies a sign of the industry's future direction?

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

August 01, 2001

Let's start taking "e" for granted and look instead at the features we really need in clinical technology applications.