What makes a good clinical research coordinator? What are the most important skills for being successful as a CRC?
Did you know chronic lower respiratory disease is the third leading cause of death in Oklahoma? This is 4th worst in the nation.
Interim Monitoring Visits can be stressful for clinical research coordinators and CRAs alike. Here are some tips for making IMVs a little smoother. Special thanks to TrialJoin (http://www.trialjoin.com) for collaborating on this video.
Over 440,000 Oklahomans have Type 2 Diabetes and over 1,000,000 are prediabetic. Clinical trials can help us find better treatments for this burdensome disease.
Heart disease accounts for 25% of all deaths in Oklahoma. You can help fight heart disease by participating in a clinical trial. Contact us to find out how.
Informed consent is a process. This infographic can help patients and clinical research professionals ensure they have all the information they need before deciding to participate in a clinical trial.
Did you know clinical trials have 4 distinct phases? Check out this video to learn more.
If you or a loved one are considering participating in a clinical, here is a brief overview of the possible benefits.
The clinical trial process is complex and multifaceted. This short explainer video gives a very general overview of the clinical trial process for the uninitiated.
Finding clinical trials for your practice or institution can be challenging and frustrating. This video covers 3 simple, actionable ways to can help identify new trials. The true key to implementing these strategies is persistence. You may have to reach out to hundreds of contacts before you find the right trial for your site.
3 simple ways to find trials for your practice
Over half of approved cancer drugs from 2009-2013 show no benefits for survival or wellbeing.
Why you should get a flu shot - even if it won't keep you from getting the flu.
Psilocybin to treat depression?
The Chinese government has agreed to accept data from clinical trials conducted outside China for the approval of new drugs.
Hello and welcome back. Here's what's been happening in the world of research in the last week:
Researchers discover a potential link between onset of blood pressure in mid-life and a risk of developing dementia later in life.
A "universal" flu vaccine is preparing for phase 2 trials.
NIH's revised definition of "clinical trial" may make autism research more difficult to perform.
A rise in blood pressure during pregnancy linked to childhood obesity.
FDA approves the first glucose monitor that doesn't require a finger stick.
Welcome to our inaugural edition of This Week in Research. We'll bring you the most interesting news in clinical research weekly. Enjoy.
Trump's proposed immigration policy may slow the conduct of clinical trials.
Minorities are sorely underrepresented in cancer clinical trials.
Research suggests binge-watching TV can increase your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and diabetes
Microsoft is using AI to help aid medical research.