Wearables are Improving Clinical Trial Research

Wearables are Improving Clinical Trial Research

The face of individual health care is changing and improving, thanks to wearables. Wearable health and fitness devices are becoming more popular by the day and with our mobile devices and wearables prompting us to keep up with good health habits, overall health is improving too. As individuals are more aware of their health, more […]

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January 12th, 2017

Utilizing Clinical Research Organizations for late Phase I studies

A key step in developing a new drug is the transition from the laboratory to the human subject in a Phase I clinical trial, where the new compound is given to humans for the first time. A Phase I trial is the gateway between scientific research and clinical medicine. Generally, in-human Phase I studies are […]

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January 4th, 2017

China-Australia Free Trade Agreement – The Healthcare Opportunity

China is Australia’s largest trading partner – worth $8.8 billion in 2014-2015. China and Australia are also growing partners in science and research and this is an important area for growth in bilateral relations. China is and has been Australia’s key focus for science and research collaboration efforts; generating advances in medical research, biodiversity, net […]

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December 26th, 2016

China’s dynamism requires a nimble CRO with extensive research networks

China’s meteoric growth over the past twenty years (or so) has seen it go from strength to strength, particularly in the clinical trials sector. As the clinical trial market of the world’s most populous nation (and second largest economy) continues to mature, so does their regulatory requirements. These regulatory adjustments pose a risk to sponsors […]

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December 15th, 2016
Part III China

Part III: China’s Future in Global Clinical Research

Active international collaboration has facilitated the rise of the Asia-Pacific region in global clinical research. In the first two parts of this blog series, we’ve discussed how Japan and South Korea – whose clinical research environments vary significantly from each other – share many common interests in their pursuit for advancing clinical R&D. The open […]

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December 7th, 2016
Part II Insights on CT environment – Sth Korea

Part II: Insights on the Clinical Trial Landscape of South Korea

Japan has taken significant steps in establishing itself as a major player in the global clinical research community, driving the demand for more clinical trials across East Asia as a result. By officially acknowledging and seeking clinical data from the Asia-Pacific region, Japan is facilitating a dialogue with one of the most powerful and capable […]

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December 5th, 2016

Overcoming the diversity in the South East Asian region for a global clinical trial

Sponsors are increasingly seeking emerging areas to conduct clinical trials for new patient pools and better recruitment. However, successful implementation of these trials in areas such as South East Asia requires operational strategies that circumvents the inherent diversity of these regions. In these regions, language, culture, infrastructure and resources are very different from country to […]

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December 3rd, 2016

Working with CRM to move Malaysia forward

The Malaysian government has committed funding to improve the healthcare systems in order to further support clinical research. Clinical Research Malaysia (CRM) is a non-profit organisation – wholly owned by the government of Malaysia, which intends develop infrastructure for Clinical Research Centre networks, and be able to support global industry sponsored research (ISR) requirements. Recently, […]

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November 23rd, 2016

India improves processes for clinical trials

New initiatives from the country’s regulator aim to smooth the registration of trials and ensure prospective participants fully understand what will be involved through mandatory AV recording of the consent process. Clinical trial applications in India are taking a step forward, with the approval of a Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) IT-enabled system from […]

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November 17th, 2016
New circulars released by CDSCO

Streamlined clinical trial requirements in India now in place

Effective 2nd August 2016, the Central Drugs Standard Control Organization (CDSCO) India released new circulars in relation to the conduct of clinical trials. These new circulars have modified the trial requirements for sponsors wishing to conduct clinical trials in India. Furthermore, the CDSCO have addressed matters that may assist in reducing clinical trial timelines and […]

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November 9th, 2016

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