Keep GOing for it Together!

Moments of inspiration, education, and connection experienced at the ACRP 2024 conference in Anaheim, Calif., in May have sparked creativity among many of its attendees, including this burst of playful poetry from the Chair of the Association Board of Trustees.

New Big Data Strategies Will Drive Improvements to Personalized Medicine

The potential of personalized medicine presents an opportunity for life sciences to leverage big data to target therapies to specific patients better. With artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies continuing to develop, research and development teams can finally bring this vision of personalized medicine to life, provided that the data they are using are clean, standardized, interpretable, and secure.

Does Risk-Based Quality Management (RBQM) Actually Improve Quality?

Is risk-based quality management working? Is it supporting the primary mission of improving quality in clinical trials? To answer these questions, we need to understand the limitations of traditional approaches to quality and explore the latest evidence which demonstrates how the components of centralized monitoring are helping to find the errors that matter.

The Evolution of Access: A Pathway to Multiple Markets

As companies seek ways to bring their products to multiple markets, understanding those markets and their regulatory approval process is imperative. Choosing the most appropriate pathway can reduce the burden on both the sponsor and on the health authorities, and potentially expand access to more patients. One such pathway is the Access Consortium, which was formed in 2007 by four health authorities.