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Don't Do It Alone: The Need for Independent Insight and the Role of Outside Expert Committees
Creating Scientific Rigor in Medical Device Trials
If sponsors want to apply the same scientific rigor to the evaluation of medical devices as applied to pharmaceutical or biotech agents, they should consider independent endpoint adjudication.
Quiz: Is Expert Review Recommended for Your Trial?
Podcast: The Role of Expert Committees in Clinical Research with guest Jonathan Seltzer, MD, MBA, MA, FACC
Meeting of the Minds: Exploring New and Old Worldviews on Depression
CNS Trial Failures Problematic But Fixable, Experts Agree
Quiz: Test Your Knowledge on Depressive Disorders
2018 Tufts CSDD IMPACT Report for CNS
This report summarizes a recent Tufts CSDD analysis of 509 drugs and biologics that received FDA approval from 2000 to 2017.
How Calibrated Are Your Trial-Measurement Tools?
Lack of Training Compromises Trial Results
Mind Map: Building a Framework for Measurement Reliability
Placebo Response in Clinical Trials: Approaches to Mitigation
Industry trends show that a major contributor to trial failure is the increased rate of placebo response.Watch this webinar to learn how to increase the chances of trial success in an uncertain world.
Addressing Suggestibility as a Psychological Phenomenon in Clinical Trials
It is important to understand patient perspectives and to anticipate how subjects in research studies may be impacted by the presence of digital tools, devices, and mobile health applications
How Optimized Training Can Lead to a Positive Clinical Trial
Clinical Researcher: Myths and Realities of Placebo Response - A 21st Century Prescription
Rates of placebo response across multiple therapeutic areas are now historically high. This article addresses 3 commonly shared ideas that researchers have about placebo response.
Improving Subject Selection and Endpoint Management in Alzheimer's Trials
Podcast: Important Trends in CNS Clinical Trials in 2019 with guest Christoph Correll, MD
Podcast: Exciting Developments in Psychopharmacology with guest Andrew Cutler, MD
Podcast: The Most Pressing Challenges in Psychiatry Clinical Trials with Leslie Citrome, MD, MPH