Applied Clinical Trials-10-01-2004

A Closing Thought
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2004

We work so hard to recruit subjects for clinical trials, so why don't we try harder to retain them?

View from Brussels
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2004

In both oncology and cardiology, new EU rules correct some errors but leave others overlooked.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2004

The right person can successfully promote proper management of quality and compliance, leading to desired clinical trial outcomes.

Media Review
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2004

Celine M. Clive (Interpharm/CRC Press, 2004), 288 pages with CD-ROM, hardcover, ISBN: 0849321816, $229.95

Applied Clinical Trials
eShowcase

October 01, 2004

invivodata's SitePRO,? QuickSTAT's QuickOnlineRx,? and Cold Chain Technologies' KoolWatch?

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2004

A standardized subject retention and adherence system helps study staff focus on critical details during all phases of a large, simple trial.

Technology Viewpoint
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2004

Paper-free clinical trials may not ever happen-but many of its advantages are already available.

Applied Clinical Trials
Feature Article

October 01, 2004

Flexibility to work on assignments whenever one's schedule permits can be the only realistic way to pursue further education.

View from Washington
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2004

Sponsors react to pressure to register ongoing clinical trials and to provide access to drug studies.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

October 01, 2004

A new reference guide clarifies uncertainty surrounding this sometimes misunderstood document.