eConsent: Why Language Matters

The article emphasizes key considerations like ensuring terminological clarity to prevent misunderstandings, the importance of transparency in communication, and how these factors collectively influence stakeholder understanding and acceptance.

Human Interaction: Risk-Mitigation Recommendations When Using Technology in Clinical Trials

Technological advancements have broadened the reach of clinical studies to larger and more diverse populations. However, technology alone isn’t sufficient to guarantee successful trial outcomes. The human element, including how technology is utilized by sites, sponsors, and patients in accordance with regulatory guidelines, remains pivotal in ensuring compliance, minimizing risks, and upholding patient safety.

The Three Perils of Wearable Data

Sponsors considering using data from sensors and wearables in their clinical trials worry about three scenarios: collecting too little data, collecting too much data, and collecting bad data. Each outcome could likely impact their study or a portion of it with a significant waste of time, money, and patient goodwill.

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