Month: February 2018

Tips on Recruitment

Not Enrolling Enough? How to Rescue Your Recruitment Strategy

A common issue regarding “faltering” studies – studies that are not satisfying their time, cost, and quality parameters – is poor recruitment. Recruitment issues can delay deadlines and jeopardize the drug’s ultimate approval, if left unresolved. These delays are a big deal, since every day that is delayed can cost …

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Avoiding the Blame-Game in Rescue: Don’t Ask Who, Ask Why

Introduction Clinical trial rescues can often be a delicate topic for both sponsor and contract research organization. When a study goes off track, it’s natural to want to point fingers and look for who is to blame. However, performing a comprehensive root cause analysis and managing expectations and communication from …

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Dermatology Expertise Helps Biorasi Recruit In Challenging Conditions

Dermatology Expertise Helps Biorasi Recruit In Challenging Conditions Intelligent Processes Overcome Enrollment Barriers The Challenge: Patient compliance was a serious concern, particularly regarding the reduction of sun exposure. Running a dermatology trial, especially in the middle of summer, can greatly affect patient compliance and the resulting, potential flare-ups in any …

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An Innovative Approach to Solve an RLD Shortage

An Innovative Approach to Solve an RLD Shortage Intelligent Project Management to the Rescue of a Scabies Generic Trial The Challenge: Limited or no availability of the Reference Listed Drug (RLD) for a generic dermatology trial can seriously hinder the feasibility of a study. This was exactly the case in …

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