UKCA Mark: The Impact of Brexit on Medical Devices and 7 Steps to Prepare
In the wake of Brexit, medical device companies secure a UKCA mark as proof of conformity to place their device on the UK market. Learn what this means for your organization and how to prepare.
Decentralized Trial Tech Strategy In Three Steps
Though technologies that support decentralized clinical trials (DCT) have been readily available for years, meaningful industry adoption has…
Guide: the electronic solution for patient reported outcome measures
Patient reported outcome measures in clinical trials have traditionally been done on paper. Surveys are a common way…
How Automated User Acceptance Testing for eCRF Validation Can Ensure Trial Success
User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is a critical component in the clinical trial process. Its primary goal is to…
Ultromics: Powered by AI and Castor EDC
How data collection in healthcare has evolved
Most researchers around the world use tools like Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Google Forms, or SPSS for data…
Guide to using Electronic Data Capture (EDC) for Medical Device & Diagnostics Trials
Download this guide to learn how to incorporating an Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system in your medical or diagnostics device trials.
Research Continuity During COVID-19
Watch this webinar for tips on how to ensure research continuity during COVID-19 by running your trial with…
Randomization & Blinding in Clinical Trials
Randomization is a key feature of clinical trials aiming for a valuable study outcome. In this article we will explain the concept, its purpose and how it can be applied in practice.