Decentralized clinical trials or decentralized trials are those clinical trials that are carried remotely via digital health technologies like telemedicine, mobile health, etc. During these clinical trials, the subjects are not physically present; instead, they are at home either during a portion of the study or during the entire clinical study. Like traditional clinical trials, decentralized clinical trials are part of the clinical research and are designed for more just patient-participants.
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The Innovation in Clinical Trials 2023 Conference brings together leaders and scientists, sharing case studies, data and industry outlook. Join and network with over 150 industry leaders, innovative speakers and participants to share ideas and best practices, co-create solutions, and empower teams & individuals to drive forward innovation in clinical trials. Benefits to Attending are “Bringing together over 150 prominent leaders” in leading pharma companies and healthcare institutions: Benchmarking Innovation In Clinical Trials, Implementing Decentralized Clinical Trials and Conducting Sustainable Patient Centric Clinical Trials, “An informative two-day meeting” to accelerate innovation in clinical trials spanning the areas of benchmarking, decentralization, digital approaches, regulatory considerations and sustainability, “Engage in scientific discussions” through interactive panels and roundtables; key sessions include the carbon footprint of clinical trials and conducting sustainable clinical trials and “A showcase of the latest technological developments” in clinical trial management, R&D, sustainability in Data/AI.
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