This week in transparency news: April 13 – April 19, 2019

by Staff writer,
Posted on 4/19/2019

Transparency in clinical trials is continually changing, and to stay on top of the news, TrialAssure brings a weekly round-up of some of the key stories surrounding disclosures in clinical trials. This week’s stories are as follows:

Data-sharing not a pipedream, but still a challenge, experts say – CenterWatch

Life sciences experts say that clinical trials are not fully ready to make their data accessible to other sponsors and researchers. Data collection and management methods that are recognized by the entire clinical research field is needed for fully-accessible data sharing.

Brandon May has the full story here

A Series of Catastrophes and Miracles: A True Story of Love, Science, and Cancer

Available on Amazon

Empower trial participants by sharing results, author says CenterWatch

Cancer survivor and clinical trial advocate Mary Elizabeth Williams shares her trial experience in her new book A Series of Catastrophes and Miracles: A True Story of Love, Science and Cancer. Williams says that sharing plain language summaries of trial results with participants builds a sense of pride and accomplishment that can translate into a more positive public view of clinical trials.

Read the full article by Leslie Ramsey here

TrialAssure Amplifies Clinical Trial Transparency Functionality with the Release of REGISTRY 2.5 PRNewswire

TrialAssure announced today the launch of REGISTRY 2.5, the latest iteration of TrialAssure’s premiere clinical trial registration and disclosure reporting application with a configurable workflow engine that allows clients to augment regulatory intelligence for global registries. TrialAssure REGISTRY 2.5 is a smarter application that auto-calculates workflow steps based on project progress.

Read the full press release via PRNewswire

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