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5 Ways To Meet The Demands Of Ocular CROs

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Currently, a significant percentage of the world population is getting older. For people over the age of 65 in Europe, it’s predicted that there will be an increase from 17% in 2008 to 23.5% in 2030. As a result, it’s making an impact on disease distribution and continues to create a demand for health care services. For the amount of …

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Questions From The Front Lines: Answering The Top Engagement Concerns of Clinical Research Organizations (CROs)

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Written By: Paul Richardson When running any clinical trial there are many concerns, engagement being at the top of the list. While performing my due diligence for this topic,  I read several articles and one book in particular regarding engagement. An attempt to account for and answer all “Top Engagement Concerns” for Clinical Research Organizations (CROs) will be difficult. This …

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4 Benefits to Running A Remote Clinical Trial

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As we celebrate International Clinical Trials Day, we reflect on how far the industry has advanced in recent years. The largest advancements can be seen in the integration of mobile technology. While the technology for running a clinical trial via mobile is now available, CROs are still hesitant and testing the waters. There are plenty of advantages that are already …

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The Shift From Traditional To Digital: A New Era Of Clinical Trial Recruitment

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As health evolves, life expectancy increases while illnesses become more prevalent and defined, creating a mounting demand for clinical trials. In effect, regulatory agencies are demanding larger and longer studies to target niche populations. The problem that CROs and sponsors encounter is that the demand for recruiting patients doesn’t correlate with the traditional recruitment methods. Considering how important recruitment is …