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COVID-19 CLINICAL EVIDENCE DOWNTIME: HOW TO MAKE USE OF IT!

To date numerous guidances, blogposts, webinars have been published addressing what one must and cannot do in the process of clinical evidence collection due to the COVID-19 pandemic (for overviews see here and here), and with this post I have … Continue reading

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CORONAVIRUS AND CLINICAL STUDIES: WHAT TO DO?

By now the Coronvirus outbreak is affecting everyday life worldwide (see latest statistics Johns Hopkins University), and to avoid patient exposure or to reduce the burden on clinical services it also started impacting clinical trials; their execution, monitoring, and publications. … Continue reading

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THE ON-SITE MONITOR: A SPECIES NEARING EXTINCTION?

Site monitoring represents minimally 15% of your total clinical study budget, and concerns an expense that benefits enormously from digitization and evolving regulatory insights: Electronic data capture and querying, online study training, remote monitoring, and risk-based monitoring, and makes you wonder whether it … Continue reading

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