Understanding How Technology is Transforming Clinical Research
Sponsored by: BR Webinars
- Clinical Research
- Clinical Development
Date: 11 June
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
The Clinical Trial of the Future Is Here - Now!
Clinical research and development is known for being a market slow to adopt innovation, yet increasing use of RBM technology, advanced analytics, workflow automation and patient-connected devices are driving change in clinical development.
Clinical monitoring is the highest cost element of a clinical trial and RBM is proving to improve patient safety and study quality, while reducing costs. Advances in Centralized Monitoring and using connected devices like wearables, sensors, telemedicine and eConsent capabilities are facilitating the digital trial and changing monitoring approaches.
Attend this live webinar to learn the benefits of the latest technology advancements that are transforming clinical monitoring to deliver more informed, faster insights for your clinical trials - while reducing costs.
Dr. Ernest Jones,
Vice President, Clinical Solutions
As Vice President of Clinical Solutions, Ernest focuses on the integration and deployment of direct-to-patient and direct-to-site device data collection methodologies. This includes point-in-time data capture with traditional devices, as well as continuous data capture, at-home technologies, and wearable devices.
Key Learning Objectives
- To learn about the problem of low and non-enrollment in clinical trials: causes, challenges and recent trends
- To learn about potential solutions to the problem of enrollment, and which are proven to be most effective
- To learn how current trends and factors in the clinical research industry will influence the future of clinical trial enrollment
- Clinical Outsourcing
- Clinical Research
- Clinical Pharmacology
- Clinical Operations
- Project Management
- Regulatory Affairs
- Early Clinical Development Phase 1