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Clinical Research Practitioner of the Year

Clinical Research Practitioner of the Year

I’m absolutely delighted and the nomination actually covered a lot of the work a lot of people in opthamology all the thousands of people that we’ve recruited to clinical studies. It’s not just me, I led the team but the team itself had been absolutely fantastic. Well it certainly help me to keep going and […]

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Clinical Trial Recruitment: PNEx, a tool to accelerate Patient Recruitment with RWD

Clinical Trial Recruitment: PNEx, a tool to accelerate Patient Recruitment with RWD

Imagine: faster patient access to medicines and improved health outcomes. 80% of clinical trials are delayed because it can take a long time to find… …and enroll patients for clinical studies. Thanks to Clinerion’s Patient Network Explorer… …you can identify the right patients from our global site network… …within minutes. Simply run a query with […]

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Online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology | Ashford University

Online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology | Ashford University

Hi. I’m Dr. Eric Klein, an Assisant Professor here at the College of Health, Human Services, and Science at Ashford University and Chair of our popular Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program. This program focuses on developing research and analytic skills in psychology. Courses will provide you with a broad background in psychology with an […]

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History of Research Ethics

History of Research Ethics

Prior to 1906, when the Pure Food and Drug Act was passed, there were no regulations regarding the ethical use of human subjects in research. There were no consumer regulations, no Food and Drug Administration (FDA), no Common Rule, and no Institutional Review Board (IRB). A well-known chapter in the history of research with human […]

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Mayo Clinic adding AI to curriculum

Mayo Clinic adding AI to curriculum

MARIA: A MAJOR INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE IN AMERICA. THE MAYO CLINIC SCHOOL OF MEDICINE RECEIVING A $200 MILLION GIFT FROM JAY ALEX, THE LARGEST EVER MADE TO THE CLINIC. JOINING ME RIGHT NOW ARE ALEX PARTNERS FOUNDER JAY ALEX AND JOHN NOSEWORTHY. THANK YOU FOR JOINING US. WOW, JAY, WHAT A […]

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From Rats to Humans: Project NEUWalk Closer to Clinical Trials

From Rats to Humans: Project NEUWalk Closer to Clinical Trials

We have been able to restore natural walking behaviour in completely paralysed rats by delivering specifically designed electrical stimulation to the spinal cord. We performed experiments with rats that received a complete transection of the spinal cord that completely interrupts the communication between the brain and the spinal cord. This leads to a complete paralysis. […]

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TEDxMileHigh – Natalie Baumgartner – Fit

TEDxMileHigh – Natalie Baumgartner – Fit

Translator: Helena Bowen Reviewer: Denise RQ Sometimes, when I think about fit, I think about Gandhi. Yeah, that’s right, Gandhi. I’ll bet when I say Gandhi that you’re probably imagining this little old man wearing round glasses and a loincloth, sitting on the floor in India, spinning a wheel. But actually, when Gandhi was a […]

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Principles of ICH GCP

Principles of ICH GCP

In this lecture we will review what is good clinical practice, the definition of GCP, and what its purpose and objectives. We will focus on the 13 principles of GCP. Good clinical practice also known as ICH GCP or simply GCP is an international quality standard that is provided by the International Conference on harmonization […]

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