Posts Tagged ‘Investigators’

7 Ways To Fix Your Relationships With Clinical Sites

In our nearly 20 years of working with the life sciences industry, we’ve spoken with countless pharmaceutical, medical device, and contract research organizations (CROs) about their relationships with clinical sites and investigators. We’ve listened to their struggles and the things they’ve done to try to make things better, including what’s worked and what hasn’t. We’ve […]

Top 5 Pharma & Medical Device Blog Posts From June 2017

Now that July is here, I thought it would be neat to look back at what our readers found most interesting last month. Below are the top five blog posts Perficient’s life sciences practice wrote in June – they’re ranked in order of popularity, with number one being the most viewed piece. What Exactly Is An “Adverse […]

How To Fix The Sponsor/CRO-Site/Investigator Relationship

Many moons ago, I wrote the blog post This Is Bad News For Sponsors And CROs, in which I shared how the number of principal investigators interested in running new trials had declined. Another blog post from several several years ago, Wait, You’re Not Using an Investigator Portal?, shared one method of increasing satisfaction among […]

Don’t Let Your Investigators Ruin Your Study By Doing This

Don’t Let Your Investigators Ruin Your Study By Doing This

I enjoy reading FDA Warning Letters. They’re insightful and often entertaining. Sometimes, though, they’re kind of unbelievable. And, sometimes, they’re downright nauseating. Take, for example, this letter issued on February 19, 2016 to a principal investigator (PI) based in New York. FDA inspectors found him to be in violation of 21 CFR Part 312.62(b), related […]