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Birds-of-a-Feather Webinar: Tufts-eClinical Solutions "Data Strategy and Transformation Study Results"
eClinical Solutions, a member of the eClinical Forum, has collaborated with the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development in 2019 to survey pharmaceutical companies about their evolving clinical data demands and the tactics they are employing to manage and leverage their data. Highlights reveal new strategies and digital transformation initiatives being taken. This webinar will share key results from the survey as well as insights and opportunities to use this data to further clinical data architectures.
REGISTRATION OPEN: eClinical Forum 2020 Spring Meetings replaced with Virtual Global Workshop 11-13 May 2020
Getting our members together to talk out the current issues and do creative problem-solving is what we do best. Sadly, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the following meetings are cancelled:
April 27-29 2020: Helsinki Finland, hosted by Signant Health
May 11-13 2020: New Jersey, USA hosted by Diligent Pharma
But that doesn't mean we won't be "getting together"! We are announcing our "Virtual Global Workshop" for 11-13 May 2020.
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Bird-of-a-Feather Webinar: Agile Development for Clinical Research Software
Agile computing methods and tools are used in almost all software development today. Alan Yeomans, Quality Manager at Viedoc Technologies AB, will address some of the key issues involved when using agile methods and tools for the development of clinical research software. The theory behind how agile software development can be used for clinical research software will be followed with an example of a working development methodology incorporating agile methods and tools – how does a real software development organisation implement these methods and tools while maintaining regulatory compliance?