Applied Clinical Trials-11-01-2010

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Applied Clinical Trials

November 01, 2010

SURVEY : 2010 Salary & Satisfaction Survey CRO/SPONSOR : Mergers and Acquisitions Prevalent in Pharma LABS : Discordance Between BICR Readers Also in this issue : $500 Million a Year Earmarked for Disease Research, EMA Addresses Possible Conflicts of Interest, Investigative Sites in Financial Trouble, Suicide Risk Monitoring

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A Closing Thought

November 01, 2010

eC-SSRS can serve as an effective approach to meeting the pending FDA regulations.

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Phase News

November 01, 2010

Updates on influenza vaccines.

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Feature Article

November 01, 2010

Organizations are seeking growth and competitive advantage through mergers and acquistions.

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Feature Article

November 01, 2010

Understanding the causes and implementing processes to mitigate preventable sources of discordance.

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Global News
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November 01, 2010

Some believe that the medical evidence base is distorted by missing clinical trial data.

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View from Brussels

November 01, 2010

The European Medicines Agency responds to concerns over conflict of interest and openness.

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Clinical Trial Insights

November 01, 2010

Why investigative sites are at financial risk and how it may effect sponsors and CROs.

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Feature Article

November 01, 2010

Applied Clinical Trials partnered with CenterWatch on the biennial review of compensation and fulfillment.

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Business News

November 01, 2010

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

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View from Washington

November 01, 2010

PCORI, methods panel to set policies for comparing drugs and medical products and practices.

Protocol complexity, as measured by the number of unique procedures and their frequency and the number of subject eligibility criteria, has risen dramatically in comparisons of protocol characteristics between two time periods, 2000-2003 and 2004-2007.