virtual trials

How to move to virtual clinical trials during Covid-19 (Part 3)

Part 1 | Part 2 Engage with participants Far from creating a sense of remoteness, virtual trials can prevent patients from feeling isolated by creating more timely and personalized touchpoints. Fortunately, existing technologies have paved the way to more engaging interactions with patients and assessment of their overall health and safety. When going virtual, ensure …

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How to move to virtual clinical trials during Covid-19 (Part 2)

Return to Part 1 Protect participants and study staff Consider minimizing exposure for study participants and reducing in-person appointments that would require the participant to engage in non-essential travel. Many elements of the study visits can be supported with virtual technologies such as remote monitoring. Patients that are chronically or critically ill and at risk …

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How to move to virtual clinical trials during Covid-19 (Part 1)

The majority of clinical trials worldwide are conducted in hospitals or major research institutions, mainly in the bigger cities. This prevents people who live hours away from having the opportunity to take part. Accessibility creates problems for people whose condition doesn’t let them travel or drive or those who are working or having family responsibilities. …

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How to refer patients to trials conducted virtually

In recent decades, patients’ interest in participating in traditional on-site clinical trials has diminished and their dissatisfaction has decreased. There are different reasons  – remoteness of clinics and specialists, cumbersome process, financial burden, etc. Although the industry has been discussing a switch to a more remote or virtual way of conducting research studies, this new …

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Digital transformation driven by COVID-19 pandemic

People adapt to social isolation during Covid-19 and find ways to stay connected to one another and get their work done. The clinical research industry can also adapt and keep moving forward by leveraging technology to keep operations going. Watch the video to find out how Covid-19 is driving this digital transformation.