The Hidden Liabilities of Using Email for Clinical Trial Communications
About: Sharing study information by email? Is it safe? Is it secure? Is it compliant? Understand the risks (and mitigate them).
Email is ubiquitous to our daily life and it is understandable that people think it's fine to share sensitive and confidential information by email. However, the perceived security of email is a mirage. Email is too easy to misuse and lacks controls on information distribution that are standard in other mission-critical clinical trial systems.
Watch clinical trial communication and technology expert, Johnny Bilotta, discuss the truth about the wild and scary world of email.
- Become better informed about the visible and hidden liabilities of email
- Make educated judgments about how you and your team use email during your clinical activities
- Consider alternative solutions to mitigate risks
Meet the Modern Oversight: Simple & Automated
About: Oversight activity needs to be documented on a continuous basis as clinical studies proceed through planning, execution and closeout.
Well said. That’s the theory. In the real world, Oversight often comes as an additional workflow, a disruptive force that can sometimes slow down your study. In certain places you aren't sure how to demonstrate Oversight. Important Oversight tasks can be pushed aside when recruitment lags or when problems are identified and your study team scrambles to provide a fix. As a result, regulators are increasing scrutiny and their expectation around study Oversight is for improved sponsor performance.
This webinar with Kathy Goin, VP, Clinical Operations at myClin/Clinical Works, will help you navigate these new rules and examine how to integrate Oversight within your everyday study workflow. Adam Wood, VP, Business Development, will demonstrate how the myClin platform can help you centralize collection of trial information to streamline and automate this Oversight process.
- How to document your Oversight steps.
- How to automate the tracking of trial Oversight activity without burdening your team with extra work.
- How to keep a disciplined and consistent approach to capturing trial information, while saving time.
Unified Collaboration & Quality for a Paradigm-Shifting Study: Beat AML
About: To advance science, we need to work together! The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) took that statement all the way when it launched the Beat AML study, a ground-breaking collaborative clinical trial to treat AML.
This webinar demonstrates how the myClin platform is connecting leading cancer centers, a CRO, a genomics company and major biopharmaceutical companies. All led by the LLS research team, a non-profit organization.
- How did the LLS rethink traditional Clinical Operations to make this Master Trial possible?
- How are teams from many organizations with their own practices and cultures collaborating on myClin?
- How is myClin digitizing and facilitating massive cross company training?
- How is myClin building quality management and compliance directly within the communication flow?
- What are the lessons learned from this Master Trial that can be applied to your own clinical program?
Share it. File it. Track it. Find it.
About: Hear from CEO James Denmark how our next-level collaboration platform helps sponsors better communicate with clinical sites, stay organized and audit-ready at all times.
- Share it. Learn how to streamline and secure your communication with sites and study stakeholders. Allow for a less interruptive and more insightful review process.
- File it. Walk through our enhanced user interface and our mission-critical “File It” feature to stay audit-ready and allow for a real-time trial oversight.
- Track it. Help sites help you succeed in your clinical program. Monitor training and information transfers, measure sites engagement and ensure compliance.
- Find it. Make sure the study team can access and stay on top of important files with "Easy Documents", quick links and new enhancements around your electronic study files.
Modernising Study Team Collaboration: Catch up with what your sites are already doing
About: From social media sites to online banking and note taking or sharing, individuals are immersed in an ecosystem of applications where information travels quickly and collaboration in real-time is efficient. This webinar demonstrates how such modern experiences are already being applied to clinical studies to move research forward. Kathy Goin will speak on this topic and show how myClin is helping a growing number of Sponsors and their providers collaborate more efficiently and reach a stronger compliance.
myClin Customer Story
Streamlining Communication & Site Engagement
- Cut through the noise and allow for an efficient sponsor-site collaboration.
- Break free of congested email chains and outdated manual files at clinical sites.
- Aid all study partners (CROs, suppliers etc) in the on-boarding, training and communication process.
- Shorten review cycles and allow for stronger consensus.
- Demonstrate to an inspector/auditor the quality of your study management processes.
It’s time to streamline communication and sites engagement!
myClin is the leading Clinical Trial Knowledge Platform, offering a transformative collaboration channel and the most documented, data-driven clinical trial oversight.
The company's mission is to leverage technology to enhance participation, engagement, collaboration, and compliance in clinical trials.
The team of clinical research veterans that created myClin in 2008 brought deep experience delivering clinical operations services and building feature-rich eClinical systems. Since then, myClin has been used across all phases of research, in global bio-pharmaceutical and device studies with thousands of clinical users.
myClin is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, with offices in San Francisco, CA, and the UK.