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Clinical Trials
Enrolment Challenges

Global Goals

With elements ranging from clinical constraints to cultural and global regulations, coordinating a clinical trial can be challenging. Debbie Elliott, Colleen Grawe, Jaqueline Moore and Gina Steidle at Medpace examine the decisions involved.
 
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Designing First-in-Human Studies

Plotting the Route

Reaching that first-in-human trial is a significant step in all clinical research. Dr Torkel Gren at Recipharm Pharmaceutical Development and Anders Millerhovf at CTC Clinical Trial Consultants explore options for simplifying the process.
 
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Trial Design Precautions

Suggestions for Success


Nuala Ronan and Deborah Arthur at Databean take a look at how regulations and increased costs can be reduced for small businesses and start-ups developing medical devices.

 
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Clinical monitoring remains one of the most important and most costly activities in the clinical research paradigm.  Monitoring provides the operational transparency required by investigators, sponsors, and regulators to make informed decisions about site performance, patient safety, and overall study progress. Yet unlike many clinical trial activities, which have been steadily transformed by technology, the monitoring function itself has changed little.
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