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Technology Showcase: Challenges to the Adoption of Paperless Trials During the COVID-19 Epidemic and Beyond

December 1 at UTC 1500 and recording

Event date: 01/12/2020 Export event

Technology Showcase: Challenges to the Adoption of Paperless Trials During the COVID-19 Epidemic and Beyond

Technology Showcase: Target Health – Challenges to the Adoption of Paperless Trials During the COVID-19 Epidemic and Beyond

Open To: Staff from eClinical Forum member companies. For information on eCF membership, please see www.eclinicalforum.org/membership or send an inquiry to info@eclinicalforum.org.

Background: This is an eClinical Forum Technology Showcase. Our Technology Showcase sessions have been requested by eCF members to provide a demonstration of products or services, and by necessity are not technology or vendor neutral. The eClinical Forum does not promote nor endorse any particular technology vendors. Any member can participate that has an interest in the topic area.  Any eClinical Forum Member may suggest or present a Technology Showcase. For more information, please reply to info@eclinicalforum.org.

Presenter:  Dr. Jules Mitchel, Target Health

About this Topic:  Clearly, the implementation of traditional clinical research studies as well as executing COVID-19 studies themselves. have been dramatically impacted by global COVID-19 pandemic.  Since showing up at clinical sites in general is becoming less feasible, clinical research must adapt. While there are many exciting ideas to execute virtual and remote studies, the focus still needs to be on the assurances that 1. the clinical sites understand and are following the protocol; 2. the data can and are being entered and reviewed in “real time,” 3. there are the “absence of errors that matter” and 4. the “data are fit for purpose.”  This session will showcase several studies using a web-based application, with Informed Consent fully integrated with real time direct data capture, real time reports, online monitoring reports and safety reporting.

Date: Tues, December 1 2020        Duration: One hour

Time: Webinar at UTC 1500.  This webinar will also be recorded so that all eCF Asia-Pacific members and other members who have time conflicts can review at a more convenient time.  Please also register if you are interested in the recording.

eClinical Forum Membership registration: https://eclinicalforum.org/Forms/TS-Paperless-Trials

Non-members: Please review membership information on this website in the membership tab, or contact us for more information: info@eclinicalforum.org

 

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