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ePRO for the Modern Trial: Considerations to Implementing a BYOD or Partial Provisioning Strategy
Poster: Operating System Upgrades Do Not Adversely Affect eCOA Completion Behavior
In this poster, we cover research designed to understand the effect of operating system upgrades, managed by subjects when using BYOD to collect eCOA data, on ongoing eCOA data completion rates.
Poster: Lessons on BYOD Uptake for eCOA Implementation
We cover research designed to understand site and subject behavior towards the use of BYOD and provisioned handsets, including usage and access behavior, with reference to two large clinical trials.
How to Select Most Effective eCOA Modality for Your Study
This webinar examines the electronic Clinical Outcome Assessment (eCOA) modalities available to clinical trials, such as handheld, tablet, web, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and mixed mode devices.
9 Key Factors to Evaluate When Considering BYOD
Poster: BYOD: Making it Work in Clinical Trials (ISOQOL 2016)
BYOD: One Instrument Developer's Technical Solution
2016 eCOA Industry Predictions: BYOD
BYOD and Patients: Hype vs Reality
<p>Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the latest buzz-phrase in the eCOA industry, with the possibility of taking advantage of patients own devices to administer study questionnaires being touted as prom
BYOD: Patient Perception Across Screen Sizes
Paul O’Donohoe reports on a recent BOYD (Bring Your Own Device) pilot study, revealing considerations for those moving into a BYOD space. Recorded live at the 2015 TrialMax User Group London Meeting.
eCOA Forum Workshop Recap - Future of BYOD in Clinical Trials