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The Clinical Trial Startup

A typical Clinical Trial Startup is usually delayed because of poor planning. The project manager has to hire a strong, professional clinical trial team. Then, processes such as SOPs and trial templates take time. If they fail to get these done, the clinical trial is delayed. The clinical trial project manager can have those systems […]

Managing a Clinical Trial Project

A clinical trial project manager keeps track by using checklists, forms and other tools. They distribute tasks to each member of the team which is part of the SOP in a clinical trial. Updating emails and catching up with team members can be time-taking. Project Managers spend more than half their time tracking tasks, deliverables […]

How Can Clinical Trial Costs Be Reduced?

Clinical Trial costs can be controlled and reduced by following protocol. Drug trials have been done the same way for the last fifty years or so. There have been very few changes in protocols. Clinical Drug Trials need a team of technicians, doctors, nurses and administrators who do the project step-by-step and stay within the […]

Product Lifecycle Management

There are many reasons for drug delays in the product lifecycle management process. The¬†Number 1 reason for delay for drugs coming to the market is due to clinical trials. Clinical trials take the longest time in any drug development cycle.¬† They are also the ones that go wrong the most often because people have to […]

All Drug Trials are Identical

Clinical trials for drugs and vaccines are quite similar on the operational side but much different on the disease side. The goals for a vaccine trial are looking at certain things which are different from what a drug would do. However, from an operational side, they are pretty much identical. Professional clinical trials specialize based […]