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Clean Up Your Data – Effective Edit Checks

A lot of the time, it’s okay to make mistakes. In fact, it’s encouraged! But not so much in clinical…

Man yelling at laptop due to data entry mistakes

Entering Data Should Be Easy – Avoid These Common Mistakes

You did the research, compared features, and selected the right EDC for your study. Now what? Now you build out…

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Hands Off My Data – Database Locking

What is a database lock? Locking the database (i.e., locking forms in the study) makes forms un-editable. Locking can be…

Prelude Dynamics ePRO app

The Prelude ePRO App is now available in the App Store!

The ePRO (Electronic Patient Reported Outcomes) App is part of the Prelude suite of integrated solutions and allows subjects and…

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EDC and ePRO – A Cost Saving Combination

Vet clinics are busier than ever, and increasingly reluctant to invest the time required to participate in clinical trials –…

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Quality by Design – It’s Not an Accident!

Quality by Design (QbD) defines quality as freedom from errors that matter. In the context of an EDC-based clinical trial, this…

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Best Practices – Leveraging the Biostatistician

We continually urge our Sponsor/CRO clients to make better use of their study Biostatistician. These professionals have more to contribute…

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Why Sites Prefer Prelude EDC – Part 3 – Ease of Navigation

We consistently get feedback from our clients that their sites prefer working with Prelude EDC. When sites know they will…

Medical professional using an eCRF on a computer

Why Sites Prefer Prelude EDC – Part 2 – eCRFs Can Look Just Like Paper

We consistently get feedback from our clients that their sites prefer working with Prelude EDC. When sites know they will…

Woman in white coat using laptop for eClinical mid-study updates

Best Practices for eClinical Mid-Study Updates

There are plenty of reasons it might be necessary to make a change to an Electronic Data Capture system after…

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Best Practices for Managing Site Invoicing in Clinical Studies

Sponsors and CROs invest a lot of time and money in recruiting sites for clinical trial conduct. Sites whose personnel…

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Best Practices for eCRF Design – Part 2

Let’s continue exploring the art of eCRF design with a discussion of additional best practices! In Part 1 we discussed:…

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Best Practices for eCRF Design – Part 1

We all know that eCRF design is more of an art than a science. That being said… there are still…

Two cows in a cross-species comparative trial

Key Considerations When Running a Cross-Species Comparative Trial

Did you know 90% of investigational products don’t make it to approval? Why? Because of poor efficacy.  One way to…

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How to Design an Auditor Friendly Clinical Study

Knock, Knock! The BIMO (or FDA QSR) auditor is at the door. It’s time to race around, retrieve documents from…