Current Edition

15. Clinical Trial Retention...
Editorial Archive

Clinical Trial Retention Meta-Analysis – How Patient Recruitment Methods Directly Rate to the Retention of Subjects.

Patient recruitment methods can have a significant effect on the retention of subjects in clinical trials; these effects can result in considerable cost implications. Subjects …

Continue Reading →
14. Unlocking the Potential of Social Media...
Editorial Archive

Unlocking the Potential of Social Media in Drug Safety

Drug safety and Pharmacovigilance (PV) have evolved and grown significantly more complex over the past decade due to higher data volumes, evolving regulations, increased influence …

Continue Reading →
13. Methodological Issues in Design...
Editorial Archive

Methodological Issues in the Design and Conduct of Opioid Use Disorders Clinical Trials

Opioid use disorders have significantly increased over the past two decades, affecting between 26 and 36 million people worldwide. There are several unique methodological challenges …

Continue Reading →
12. Parkinson's Disease - Functional...
Editorial Archive

Parkinson’s Disease – Functional Imaging of the Dopamine Pathway

The diagnosis of movement disorders and neurodegenerative diseases can be problematic for clinicians and radiologists alike. There is considerable overlap in the early presentation of …

Continue Reading →
11. Raising Clinical Trial Standards...
Editorial Archive

Raising Clinical Trial Standards through Competency-Based Training

The Clinical Trial Directive – 2001/20/EC – has been in place for about a decade. In that time the number of drug trials conducted in …

Continue Reading →
10. From Clinical Trial to Real...
Editorial Archive

From Clinical Trial to Real World Outcomes

The need for costly clinical trials in order to bring a drug successfully to market is undoubtable. However, outside of this carefully controlled, highly supportive …

Continue Reading →