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Getting the Most Out of Your Site Feasibility Efforts

60 minutes

Recorded on Wednesday, March 28, 2018


Clinical trial management expert Wes Martz discusses ways to maximize your site feasibility and selection process. He covers:

  • How to pre-identify most likely high-performing sites based on available historical performance data;
  • Advice for tightening up feasibility questionnaires to reduce site burden;
  • Examples of common “don’ts” in questionnaire development; and
  • Insights into response data review and how to handle discrepancies.

Speaker: Wes Martz, Associate Director, Clinical Services, ePharmaSolutions

Paying Clinical Trial Subjects

89 minutes

Recorded on Wednesday, March 21, 2018


Research ethics specialist Luke Gelinas discusses the ethical and regulatory issues involved with paying research subjects and proposes a practical framework that can guide the design and evaluation of payment offers. He covers: 

  • Reasons to pay research participants and the role that payment plays in facilitating recruitment;
  • Risk of undue influence and the possibility that payment might motivate deception about eligibility;
  • Current practices regarding payment of research participants, such as payment rates and frequency of payment in various types of clinical research; and
  • Methods of calculating payment amounts, including distinguishing different reasons for offering payment, such as reimbursement, compensation for time, or recruitment incentive.

 Speaker: Luke Gelinas, Senior Researcher with Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School

Big Data: TMI or Pharmacovigilance Expeditor

61 minutes

Recorded on Wednesday, March 21, 2018


Pharmacovigilance expert Angela Pitwood explains how to use analytical data techniques in pharmacovigilance. She discusses:

  • What Big Data is and isn’t, and how you can use it to improve your pharmacovigilance program;
  • How the use of natural language can expedite the accurate reporting of adverse events;
  • How you can train machines to report whether drugs were a determining factor in an adverse event; and
  • What the future might bring in terms of new techniques for inputting and analyzing safety data.

Speaker: Angela Pitwood, Vice President of Pharmacovigilance, Vigilare

The Real Impact of Real-World Evidence in Clinical Trials

68 minutes

Recorded on Thursday, March 01, 2018


Clinical trial management experts Richard Young and Ken Getz discuss the impact of real-world evidence on traditional data management systems. They cover:

  • Best practices for integrating real-world evidence into the different phases of clinical trials;
  • Utilization of real-world evidence to support healthcare coverage decisions;
  • How medical product developers are using real-world data to support clinical trial design; and
  • Evolving implementation of the 21st Century Cures Act’s provisions regarding use of real-world evidence.

Speakers: Richard Young, VP, Vault EDC, Veeva Systems, and Ken Getz, Associate Professor and Director, CSDD, Tufts University and Founder and Board Chair, CISCRP