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7 Habits of Highly Successful Medical Writers

We have an expert team of medical writers here at Veristat. They can handle it all from clinical trial and program documentation to regulatory submission documents.

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A Patient-Centric Approach to Recruitment & Retention

Review the presentation slide deck to learn techniques used to ensure on-time patient recruitment initiatives including the feasibility process, site engagement, successful digital media strategies, and an overall approach to patient centricity, or how to incorporate the patient voice into clinical trials.

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A Patient-Centric Approach to Recruitment & Retention

Watch the webinar replay to learn techniques used to ensure on-time patient recruitment initiatives including the feasibility process, site engagement, successful digital media strategies, and an overall approach to patient centricity, or how to incorporate the patient voice into clinical trials.

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Achieving an Aggressive NDA Timeline

Imagine you are completing your regulatory submission project with only nine months left until submission day and you still have to migrate legacy data into SDTM format for 18 studies as well as 2 ongoing pivotal studies. 

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Achieving Balance in Clinical Trial Database Design

View the webinar replay - to understand how to balance the short- and long-term goals of the sponsor, consider the ease of use for the clinical trial sites, and balance the needs of the downstream stakeholders in biostatistics, programming, and medical writing - when designing your clinical trial database.

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Achieving Balance in Clinical Trial Database Design

Get the webinar presentation - to understand how to balance the short- and long-term goals of the sponsor, consider the ease of use for the clinical trial sites, and balance the needs of the downstream stakeholders in biostatistics, programming, and medical writing - when designing your clinical trial database.

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Adaptive Design Fact Sheet

Adaptive design (AD) trials are increasingly popular as they offer the ability to reduce the overall time and cost of running clinical trials.  And, they improve patient safety by minimizing exposure to unsafe or non-efficacious treatments.

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Adaptive Design- Recent Advancement in Clinical Trials

By John Balser, PhD and Mark Chang, PhD

After years of inefficiencies in the clinical trial process, adaptive design trials provide an innovative approach to running a clinical trial and bringing a drug to market.

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Are you Ready to Begin Planning your IND Submission?

View the RAPS webinar presentation to learn about the purpose of an IND, the minimum required content, explore the strategic considerations for developing more than the minimum necessary data before filing an IND, and the importance of having a pre-IND meeting with FDA.

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