From changing inflight studies to creating entirely new studies, several thought leaders will share their experiences with DCT approaches and how they contributed to trial continuity and increased the resilience of trials.
TORONTO (PRWEB) October 20, 2020
When the global clinical trial industry was suddenly forced to adapt to unprecedented challenges, traditional trial conduct models were upended. Some trials were delayed or even cancelled. Yet other trials thrived and still more were able to restart after adopting decentralized clinical trial (DCT) methodologies.
In this educational webinar, speakers will review recent case studies and walk through several unique situations from the last seven months. From changing inflight studies to creating entirely new studies, several thought leaders will share their experiences with DCT approaches and how they contributed to trial continuity and increased the resilience of trials.
From technology platforms to home health care services and mobile devices, attendees will learn how several new DCT solutions are being applied to sponsor’s trial needs, and how sponsor needs are directing the evolution of these flexible services in real time. Join our featured speakers to understand the ongoing evolution of trial models to become more efficient, more convenient and better able to adapt to the changing world.
Join Bola Oyegunwa, Vice President & Head of Decentralized Clinical Trials, Covance; Gail Adinamis, Chief Executive Officer, GlobalCare Clinical Trials, LLC; Joan Meyer, PhD, Executive Director, Inflammation, Infectious Disease & General Medicine, Covance; and Christian Knaus, Senior Director, Client Development, SnapIoT, Inc. in a live webinar on Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 10am EDT (2pm GMT/UK).
For more information or to register for this event, visit Why Every Trial Should be a Decentralized Clinical Trial: A Review of Recent Case Studies.
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