New research from the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative may help investigative sites prepare for the potentially disruptive shift toward greater use of mobile technology to capture objective patient data in clinical research studies. Presenters will summarize key findings from a series of in-depth interviews with investigators who have conducted both traditional clinical trials and studies using mobile technology, providing insights on the advantages and disadvantages to be aware of when running a trial with mobile technology, budgetary and training needs, and other important factors for investigative site personnel to consider. Explore findings from an initial online survey of potential research participants on the use of mobile technology in clinical research, and learn potential implications for clinical research sites.
Understand investigator perspectives on the advantages and disadvantages of clinical trials that use mobile technology for collection of research data
Discuss site-level budgetary, training, and other support needs necessary to adequately prepare for and implement clinical research studies using mobile technology, as identified by investigators who have conducted such studies
Identify potential impacts of mobile technology on participant experiences in clinical trials
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Genentech, a Member of the Roche Group