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Clinical Research

Patient Recruitment and Retention

You Should Listen in on Patient Conversations

By On November 14, 2017

Getting feedback from potential clinical trial participants has long been part of research programs undertaken in our industry. The typical modus operandi is to seek out the information from a particular group… Read More

Ancillary Supplies solutions
Site Materials & Logistics

7 Ancillary Supplies Adventures

By On March 20, 2017

  At Imperial, we know that selecting, procuring, and delivering ancillary supplies for clinical trials isn’t just loading syringes and Fitbits into FedEx boxes and sending them here and there. It’s as… Read More

Diverse survey response
Business Insights

What the Public Thinks about Clinical Trials

By On April 4, 2016

Our Survey In the Fall of 2015, we launched a survey to the general public to learn how they gather healthcare information and how they make decisions.  We also wanted to gauge their… Read More

wearables
Business Insights

Wearables in Clinical Trials

By On February 12, 2016

To Wear or Not to Wear is the Question Wearable devices have taken our society, and the clinical research industry along with it, by storm. The immediate access to data makes researchers drool. … Read More

sites
Life-Science Events

Sites in Europe: at the EU Site Solutions Summit

By On November 18, 2015

  Nice, France recently played host to the inaugural SCRS European Site Solutions Summit. Nestled among the infamous Promenade des Anglais, the Summit hosted over 100 attendees from various sites around the globe. During… Read More

big data for site identification; big data for patient recruitment
Patient Recruitment and Retention

2015: The State of Big Data for Patient Recruitment, Part 2

By On July 17, 2015

Focus on: Study Feasibility, Site Identification, and Patient Recruitment A 3-Part Series The shift of the clinical research industry into a more data-driven type of approach towards the planning and execution of… Read More

ebola
Business Insights

The Age of Ebola: A Dallas Perspective

By On November 3, 2014

Working and living in the city where Ebola entered the United States caught me off guard. I wasn’t prepared to see downtown office workers don medical masks while walking the skywalks from… Read More

government research grants
Business Insights

Big News for Small Sites Seeking Research Grants, Part II

By On September 15, 2014

– A Q&A on Government Research Grants – In the first segment of this two-part blog series, we heard from Johnna Medina (University of Texas, Austin), a fourth-year clinical psychology doctoral student, on… Read More

government funded research grants
Business Insights

Big News for Small Sites Seeking Research Grants

By On August 6, 2014

A Q&A with Johnna Medina, a clinical psychology doctoral student at the University of Texas, regarding government-funded research grants. Part I of II Who pays for clinical research? Nearly 75% of clinical… Read More

rural clinical trials
Business Insights

Rural Clinical Trials: Something to Crow About

By On July 11, 2014

As a young girl growing up on my family’s Minnesota dairy farm, my plastic ice cream pail held many types of eggs at the end of the day. One of my chores… Read More