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The Future of Technology in Clinical Trials | Clinical Trials eBook Series

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Artificial Intelligence, wearables, Big Data and countless other technologies have the potential to revolutionise clinical trials over the coming years. In the latest edition of the Clinical Trials eBook Series from Informa Connect Life Sciences, we take an in-depth look at which technologies are shaping the future of clinical trials and what hurdles still need to be overcome, featuring:

  • How Artificial Intelligence can be used to Innovate Clinical Trial Design: Michelle Petersen, the founder of Healthinnovations, discusses the ways in which artificial intelligence can be used to innovate clinical trial design. ​​​​​​
  • Data Analysis: The Adoption of Technology in Clinical Trials in the Next Decade: In the first half of 2020, we conducted two studies of clinical trials professionals around the world. Here we take a closer look at how the respondents view the adoption of technology and their predictions for the coming decade.
  • Will Artificial Intelligence revolutionise clinical trials?: We asked three industry professionals for their insights into how artificial intelligence will impact clinical trials and how they are currently working with it in their respective fields.
  • Addressing Technology Enabled Clinical Trials: Dr. Leonard Sacks, Associate Director for Clinical Methodology, Office of Medical Policy, CDER, FDA, addresses technology enabled clinical trials, the value of this approach, and the considerations involved in ensuring that measurements made by technologies are reliable in this presentation.

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