Amplifying Evidence with Unified Clinical Trial Data Collection
Join us for a discussion about how combining a unified clinical trial data collection platform with intelligent automation can revolutionize drug development and why the current status quo is no longer sufficient. With novel capabilities, the industry can now explore new possibilities, such as incorporating additional sensors to identify surrogate or alternative endpoints, rethinking adaptive trial designs, and quickly responding to emerging data.
Building trust between clinical trial stakeholders through a DCT framework
Industry experts from Pfizer, Advarra, and Medable showcase how to design a framework of decentralized offerings that provide greater ease of use, effectiveness, and flexibility for sites for every type of research setting; decentralized/hybrid, virtual, or in-person. In addition, they discuss how DCT solutions and site partners are creating an impact to improve diversity and access while optimizing clinical research for patients.
Digital vs digitized: Common myths about eConsent for clinical trials
Alex Burrington, CTI Principal of Vertex, and Andrew Mckinnon, VP, GM of eConsent discuss common myths around eConsent, how to improve comprehension with patient-centric consent, and how to use a digital consent management tool to improve trial compliance, quality, and oversight.
Everything you need to know about hybrid & decentralized trials
Claire Marsden, Ph.D., VP of DCT Solutions at Medable, and John Galvin, MD, MS, MPH, Senior Medical Director of US Medical Affairs at Incyte, present on the basics of decentralized clinical trials, exploring hybrid and fully decentralized approaches and the advantages of developing patient-centric clinical trials.
Improve trial enrollment using patient perspectives and technology
In this webinar, Nisha Trivedi, Patient Advocate, and Jena Daniels, VP of Patient Success showcase how adding technology in clinical trials enables greater diversity and an increase in study enrollment upfront and maintains patient engagement over the course of the study.
- Establishing internal relationships with end-users (patients, caregivers, and sites) will increase technology adoption
- Using technology to increase participant access, engagement, retention, and education
- Navigating uncertainties in technology and approach while balancing the needs of participants providing them with a positive and differentiated experience
- Ensuring patients, caregivers, and sites are engaged in the study design and implementation process