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Technology for successful decentralised clinical trials

The landscape of clinical trials is undergoing a profound transformation, one that holds the promise of faster drug development, increased patient participation, and improved data quality.  At the forefront of this revolution stands the concept of Decentralised Clinical Trials (DCTs), a game-changing approach that is reshaping the way we conduct clinical research. In this blog […]

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Remote cognitive testing: what are the scientific and operational considerations?

Insights Back to resource centre 11 June 2020 Remote cognitive testing: what are the scientific and operational considerations? Remote testing solutions for clinical trials and academic research are increasingly being adopted resulting in time and cost savings for clinical research studies and reduced participation burden for study patients. However, not every study is suitable for this medium. In this article

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How do acute, subacute and repeated exposures to high altitude affect cognition?

Insights Back to resource centre 16 October 2018 How do acute, subacute and repeated exposures to high altitude affect cognition? We caught up with University of Calgary Postdoctoral Research Fellows, Dr Matiram Pun and Dr Veronica Guadagni, to discuss the role of CANTAB in their recent research paper on how different exposures to high altitude affect cognitive function. Can you

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Pen-and-paper vs. computerised testing: which method do older adults prefer?

Insights Back to resource centre 20 February 2018 Pen-and-paper vs. computerised testing: which method do older adults prefer? Exciting new research shows not only that web-based cognitive assessments are suitable for older adults but, for many, computerised assessments are actually preferable to traditional pen-and-paper tasks. The National Seniors, Flinders Business School and University of Western Australia recently published a study entitled: Better

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