Applied Clinical Trials-10-01-2002

View from Washington
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Federal agencies seek to enhance IRB operations as new policies further expand board responsibilities.

Technology Viewpoint
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Paul Bleicher examines the pros and cons of broadband Internet technology and explains how to build a home network and make it secure.

View from Brussels
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Leaders in the European regulatory community examine the implications and merits of the EU?s new clinical trials regulations?and find themselves buried in minor details.

Process Improvement
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Putting staff training at the bottom of your list of important tasks is a self-defeating attitude in the business world.

Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Both personal health considerations and altruism helped keep this subject in a long-term study.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Integrating IVRS with in-house clinical trial management solutions can provide a powerful project management tool.

Meet the EAB
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Bert Spilker has been involved in clinical trials for 30 years. He?s written books, founded companies, and helped steer regulatory agencies. Now he wants to change how drugs are developed.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Some companies prefer live training for PIs; some are moving toward virtual training. Two Lilly authors advocate a combination of the two methods.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2002

Careful attention to geography can help sites enlarge their catchment areas and increase subject accrual rates without negative consequences.