Clinical Trial Data Stewardship, Neonatal Diabetes and More! What We’re Talking About This Week

1. Clinical Trial Data Stewardship Great article on technology and the difficulty of its acceptance in the clinical research industry. It also gives a relevant definition of Clinical trial data stewardship. 2. Early genetic diagnosis in neonatal diabetes a ‘new framework for clinical care’ Researchers have concluded that early genetic testing of babies with suspected […]

Pressure Ulcers, Rare Diseases, and More! What We’re Talking About This Week

1.  Systematic Review of pressure ulcers software reveals promise but concern Hospitals are constantly seeking new techniques to reduce and prevent pressure ulcers, this article discusses new alternatives to monitor patients at risk of developing life-threatening ulcers. 2.  Rare diseases emphasis redefines clinical research Biopharmaceutical companies are redefining the future of clinical research by growing […]

Cancer Clinical Trials, Clinical Data, and More! What We’re Talking About This Week

1. Why Are Cancer Clinical Trials Increasing in Duration? Cancer clinical trials seem to be lasting much longer than in years past, this article looks deeply at this from an aggregated standpoint, using the Karmadata Database. 2. Incorporating clinical genomic sequencing data into clinical management improves pediatric cancer treatment A positive outlook for pediatric cancer treatment is […]

US-based Clinical Research, Multi-Tasking & More! What We’re Talking About This Week

   1. US-based clinical research spending drops 32%, show new data  The August issue of Life Science Compliance Update reveals the results from an analysis of the U.S. government’s Open Payments and they are discussed here.  Is US-based clinical research suffering because of the Sunshine Act? 2. Data Manager, Trainer, Quality Associate…Which Hat Shall I Wear Today? Greg Ventura, […]