We need to take a careful look at how best to evaluate, implement, and re-evaluate technology use at all stages of the trial and patient journey. This will inform a technology strategy to help leverage platforms to work for our site staff rather than against them.
ACRP documents members’ and stakeholders’ perspectives on the realities of implementing decentralized approaches at sites.
A high-performing quality culture—based on established values, traditions, procedures, and expectations that promote continuous quality improvement—should be a goal for all stakeholders.
Considerable research has revealed the positive effects of self-leadership on work-related outcomes, says Zoran M. Pavlovic, MD, a life science executive coach with Heruka Health Innovations, contributor to ACRP’s Clinical […]
Are uses of messaging tactics termed “nudges”—intended to influence a decision without the participant’s awareness—ethically questionable during the informed consent process for clinical trials?