News

The Cost of Delaying A Trial

Posted by: in cro

12 April 2021

From discovery and development through to market, the life cycle of new medicine is a profoundly complex process, frequently met with obstacles. Research produced by PhRMA found that clinical trials take on average six to seven years to assess safety and efficiency, with the overall probability of success less than 12%[1]. The extensive timeline of these trials......

Continue Reading

Tags: Clinical Studies,

Quality Assurance: The Key to Every Successful Clinical Trial

Posted by: in cro

17 March 2021

Quality is an essential element that underpins every aspect of a clinical trial. As an industry, we easily understand the benefits of quality monitoring to ensure quality data and clinical trial management. However, we often underestimate or do not understand the broader Quality Assurance (QA) function and how a well-trained team of QA auditors can ensure successful trial outco......

Continue Reading

Tags: Project Management, covid-19, Investigator site audit,

How to Run A Trial During a Pandemic

Posted by: in cro

16 February 2021

When the pandemic hit, it was like someone stuck a stick through the wheels of a bike, and we all went toppling over. Everyone had the intention to keep moving, keep peddling forward, but the uncertainty of COVID-19 felt like a heavy burden. Running a clinical trial during a pandemic felt, and still might feel, impossible, and in some places in the world, it is too difficul......

Continue Reading

Tags: covid-19,