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

Clinical Trial Performance is Improving with Real Time Access to Data Intro

Over the years, technology within medical research has advance enormously, improving its methods of inputting and capturing data. When conducting clinical trials, it is crucial that current data is available throughout the study so that informed decisions can be made from start to finish. Electronic data capture (EDC) systems manage digital data from various channels […]

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December 11th, 2016

mHealth integration in China

Over the past years, the number of mobile phone subscribers in China has been increasing at an exponential rate. By the end of 2015, there was approximately 202.47 million cell phones produced in China1 along with 1,033.6 million mobile users registered in China, with the number of users expected to grow to 1,086.8 by 2019. […]

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November 25th, 2016

Expanding Data Management Services in China

EDC has become the data management platform of choice around the world, offering advantages such as increasing the quality and timely collection of data. Medrio, an EDC company that offers eClinical software solutions, has quoted that 70% of clinical trials are using EDC as a forms of collecting data in the United States. In China, […]

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November 7th, 2016

Cross Collaboration with CRO and Phase I Unit

A Phase I study is the first time a new drug or treatment procedure is tested in-humans. The purpose of this phase is to determine the metabolism and pharmacologic actions of the drug in-humans, the side effects associated with increasing doses, and, if possible, to gain early evidence on effectiveness. Phase I studies in-human participants […]

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October 26th, 2016
Clinical trials for Rotavirus are critical in emerging countries

Clinical Trials for Rotavirus are Critical in Emerging Countries

On a global scale, rotavirus causes over 500,000 deaths in children per year, particularly in emerging countries. Rotavirus is a contagious virus that can cause inflammation of the stomach and intestines – also identified as gastroenteritis. India has predicted that almost every child would experience an episode of rotavirus gastroenteritis by the age of 5. […]

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October 22nd, 2016

Benefits that electronic health records bring to a Healthcare facility

Either because of financial, legal or operational reasons, many companies including those in healthcare, are still stuck in the paper world when it comes to data and document management. Now that technology has become so much more advanced, switching to electronic health data format has a slew of advantages and benefits that can’t and shouldn’t […]

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October 18th, 2016

Data Management – People and Platforms

The George Clinical Data Management group offers end to end Data Management services for phase I – IV and post-marketing clinical trials, as well as tailored services for academic research trials.  Our goal is to provide flexible solutions for our customers and we offer a range of database options to suit study requirements. Fully validated […]

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August 7th, 2013

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