A Brief Look at Electronic Data Capture (EDC) in Clinical Trials: Past, Present, and Future

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27 May 2019

A Brief Look at Electronic Data Capture (EDC) in Clinical Trials: Past, Present, and Future

What is EDC? Electronic data capture (EDC) is a way to record medical data digitally instead of in the more traditional paper format. EDC can be used to record many different types of clinical trial data, such as: Medical data captured during clinical trials about patient status, conditions. Safety data related to clinical trials. Test results […]

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The MedDRA and WHODrug Dictionaries: What Are They and How Are They Used?

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20 May 2019

The MedDRA and WHODrug Dictionaries: What Are They and How Are They Used?

Using medical dictionaries to code clinical trial data is a key way to ensure that your clinical trial records and databases are easy to interpret and analyze. Coding means taking the free text entered into electronic case report files (eCRFs) and mapping it to one or more entries in a medical dictionary.  Two of the […]

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SCOPE 2019 Session Highlights: Enabling Patient-Centric Clinical Trials Through the Use of Clinical Technology

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3 Apr 2019

SCOPE 2019 Session Highlights: Enabling Patient-Centric Clinical Trials Through the Use of Clinical Technology

SCOPE (Summit for Clinical Ops Executives) 2019, which took place in Orlando in late February, was another resounding success with a record attendance of more than 2000 participants. At XClinical (part of EvidentIQ), we had a busy four days of attending the different keynotes and breakout discussions and meeting with customers and visitors at our […]

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What is CDISC and Why Does It Matter?

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27 Mar 2019

What is CDISC and Why Does It Matter?

CDISC and Its Mission CDISC, the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium, is a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase the impact of clinical research through establishing and promoting the use of data standards for clinical data collection, analysis, and transmission. CDISC develops these data standards in collaboration with global experts through an extensive consensus-based process to ensure […]

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What Does GDPR Mean for Your Clinical Trials?

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27 Mar 2019

What Does GDPR Mean for Your Clinical Trials?

On May 25th, 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect. The regulation has had huge implications for data management and data security, not just in Europe, but globally. For those of us working in clinical trials dealing with patient data every day, there are some important new rules to comply with. What is […]

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How Electronic Data Capture Supports Patient Reported Outcomes in Clinical Trials

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13 Mar 2019

How Electronic Data Capture Supports Patient Reported Outcomes in Clinical Trials

In recent years, we have seen a move towards putting patients at the heart of healthcare and clinical research. This is not just about improving the patient experience, although that is an essential component. Increasingly, it is becoming important to measure how interventions improve outcomes that are meaningful for patients. But collecting this data easily, accurately and […]

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