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Leveraging Technology to Develop New Trial Endpoints
Technology is enabling us to provide richer insights and potentially measure new meaningful constructs in clinical trials that we have been unable to assess robustly in the past.
Game Technology Opens New Path to Clinical Endpoints - DIA Podcast
Dr. Bill Byrom, VP of Product Strategy & Innovation at CRF Health discusses the future of electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO), mobile accelerometry, & other mobile devices, in clinical trials.
Making eCOA Accessible for All Populations
Elderly, children, people with disabilities, and everyone in between can use eCOA more effectively than paper in a clinical trial. Jery Grupp discusses why going electronic is preferred by sponsors.
eCOA and Older Users: Users Prove that Age is Just a Number
This document will set out CRF Health’s recommendations, provide an overview of best practices for eCOA in older users and offer considerations for implementation.
eCOA Design Considerations: Reminders and Alarms
Dr. Jill Platko discusses why reminders and alarms are important for the simplest and most complex clinical trials, and how they can be used for optimal subject compliance.
eConsent Myth #7: Participant experience is not improved with eConsent
Recruitment & Retention: Breaking Down the Barriers to eConsent Adoption
In Pursuit of eConsent: Best Practice Recommendations for Successful Integration
Provided by The Journal for Clinical Studies - Original at https://issuu.com/mark123/docs/jcs_volume_9_2_web/58 For more information about electronic informed consent please visit www.crfhealth.com
eConsent: Five (5) Key Areas of Preparation
Using eConsent in Clinical Research to Support Patient Understanding and Welfare
Deciding to participate in a clinical trial is not risk-free for anyone. This article explores how to best support patients during the informed consent process (ICP) with eConsent.
14 Drivers of eConsent Adoption
Can eCOA be used in Pediatric Clinical Trials?
Is it possible or even regulator-accepted to perform pediatric clinical trials using eCOA? Dr. Jill Platko explains in this short video.
Patient-Centric Research Involving Patients in Clinical Trials Can Lead to Better Outcomes
How Does eCOA Help Retain Subjects?
Jery Grupp, reveals how sites can better retain their subjects and keep them more compliant with electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments (eCOA).
Translations and eConsent
When designing an informed consent, it's extremely important to consider the participants using it. Specifically, the consent should be created in a language that its primary audience will understand.
Can Seniors Use eConsent?
Reducing Regulatory Risk with eConsent
How eConsent Improves Consent Development
Recruiting and Retaining Patients with eConsent
3 Ways Electronic Informed Consent Benefits Trial Participants