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The latest in clinical trial news, tips, and trends

Webinar Q&A - Using Video for Patient Recruitment

The first place to start when contemplating a video message for your patients is the overall idea you want to convey for your viewer. If you're looking..

Jul 10, 2017 0

Conference Recap Spring 2017

This year's spring conference season was our best yet. Traveling from coast to coast our team members learned a great deal about upcoming trends in the..

Jun 29, 2017 0

How Technology is Creating More Opportunities in Healthcare

The clinical industry has rapidly transformed into the high demand commercial environment we predicted it would become, with leading pharma striving to..

Jun 26, 2017 0

Changing Perspectives: Our Experience in Research

As industry professionals, we can discuss ways to improve methods of patient care, but how can our ideas be reliable methods if not tried-and-true?..

Jun 23, 2017 0

World Alzheimer’s Day June 21st – The Longest Day

On June 21st, the longest day of the year, “it’s all about the love – love for those affected by Alzheimer’s disease.”  The Alzheimer’s Association..

Jun 21, 2017 0

Clinical Trial Myths Debunked [Video]

ClinEdge is dedicated to raising awareness about the critical role clinical research plays in advancing healthcare, and about how ordinary people can..

May 23, 2017 0

How Do You #MakeYourMark On Research?

Held every May 20th in honor of James Lind, who on this day in 1747 began the first controlled trial in history, Clinical Trials Day also applauds the..

May 17, 2017 0

Join us for a #WhyWeDoResearch Tweet Party

Twitterchat, tweet party, or in this case, “Tweetfest” is when a group of people tweet about the same topic using a specific hashtag that allows others..

May 15, 2017 0

Stress Free Travel for Chronic Fatigue Patients

There is a lot about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) that we still don't know, but those with CFS have symptoms that affect their everyday lives.

May 12, 2017 0

A Different Approach To Healthcare

Healthcare has historically been very reactive; a person typically only visits the doctor when ill or injured. It wasn’t until recently that health..

May 08, 2017 0