Posts Tagged ‘Duke University’

CX Methodology And Site Relationships: Duke-FDA Case Study

If you haven’t read the previous posts in this series, be forewarned that this week’s post might be a little hard to follow, as it assumes you have all of the context from the series to-date. Still, I encourage you to dive in, and I’ll do my best to connect all of the dots for […]

Why You Need To Think Of Clinical Sites As Your Customers

Earlier this year, Duke University and the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a jointly conducted study focused on principal investigator (PI) retention. After surveying 201 PIs, they confirmed the industry’s suspicion that PI turnover is a serious issue: 54.2% of respondents reported that they completed a single clinical trial and then stopped. […]

Duke & FDA Study On Investigator Retention Shows 54% Turnover

Last month, Duke University and the FDA released the results of a jointly conducted study on principal investigator (PI) retention. The study was released early online, but the print version is being published in June in the journal of Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, published by Elsevier. The purpose of the study was two-fold: 1) to […]

FDA’s New Chief Is A Tremendous Blessing For Industry

  Dr. Robert Califf, a cardiologist who has spent most of his career at Duke University, was confirmed by the Senate on February 24, 2016, to be the next FDA commissioner, following President Barack Obama’s nomination in September 2015.