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As part of its commitment to promote the engagement of patients as equal partners in clinical research, CTTI launched a new tool today at the 2019 DIA Global Annual Meeting that will help sponsors and patient groups identify high-value opportunities to collaborate.
The free web-based tool walks users through a three-step prioritization process:
At this year’s DIA 2019 Global Annual Meeting , CTTI will share insights from three key areas of its work dedicated to enhancing the quality and efficiency of clinical trials. At the event, which will take place in San Diego from June 23-27, CTTI will present its recommendations and resources for enhancing patient engagement, investigator qualification, and the use of mobile technology in clinical research. Please join us at the following presentations:
Presentation: Measuring the...
Mobile technologies present exciting opportunities for researchers to monitor participants outside of the clinical setting. However, with new solutions entering the market daily, it can be challenging to decide which technology option will be most effective for a particular trial.
To help stakeholders address this issue, CTTI has established a searchable online database of pilot studies that assess the feasibility of various mobile technology solutions. The Interactive Database of Feasibility Studies for Mobile Clinical Trials...
CTTI is pleased to announce that its Executive Committee will welcome five new distinguished thought leaders. These experts hold impressive track records in implementing change at many levels of the health care and research system, from regulatory bodies to the drug development pipeline.
A recent CTTI webinar brought together stakeholders from across the clinical trials enterprise for an overview of Quality by Design (QbD), existing CTTI resources, and how QbD is being implemented in the real world.
QbD is defined as the absence of “errors that matter”—or, those errors that could jeopardize the ability to 1) protect patients during the trial, and 2) obtain reliable results and meaningful information from the trial. CTTI started working on QbD in 2011, with a focus on addressing ineffective clinical trial...