How to Work with Research Naive Sites

Investigative clinical sites make unparalleled contributions to the body of scientific knowledge; without their dedication to advancement through quality research along with the many partners necessary to conduct clinical trials, the ongoing evolution of medical care would come to a halt. In the last 10-15 years, the need to find new patient populations in tandem […]

New Transparency Proposal That Could Change Everything!

Among the many groups that have an interest in improving global healthcare, medical journal editors have enormous influence. Journal editors have been pioneers when it comes to encouraging research transparency.  In 2004 editors from top medical journals authored an editorial requiring registration in a public trials registry.  This led to an unprecedented increase in the […]

DIA 2015, Booth 1610

Don’t forget to drop by our Booth 1610 at DIA 2015.  We, along with DZS Software Solutions, look forward to showing you a custom solution.  We also have a free gift just for stopping by, and ask about our gift card drawing too!  

Using Diversity as a Study Metric in CTMS

Clinical Trial Participation Part 3: The third of an ongoing series of articles examining critical issues concerning clinical trial participation Using Diversity as a Study Metric in CTMS In part three (click here for Part 1 and Part 2) of this ongoing series, we examine how Clinical Trial Management Systems (CTMS) can assist in helping to monitor diversity […]

The Clinical Research Resumé – Not Your Everyday Resumé

As a recruiter, I’ve seen it all when it comes to resumés, including the good, the bad, and the ugly. We’ve all done it. We’ve created a standard resumé template that we think is versatile, and changed a few words here and there to coincide with the position we want. But if you really want that […]