Adaptive Studies: What Are They And How Can You Benefit From Them?
Connie Cornejo

Adaptive studies are unique in that they use interim findings to make progressive changes in a clinical trial or study. These studies have the benefit of decreasing cost and time while maintaining patient safety. Although they offer clear advantages, it's essential to take into account critical concerns when choosing this design type in a clinical study.

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Introducing Real-time Analytics
Diego Menchaca

When conducting clinical studies, there are two things any researcher must bear in mind: risks for participants, and cost. Being able to make the best decisions to decrease the timeline of a study while at the same time improving patient safety is a paramount concern.

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Best Practices for Offline Data Collection
Connie Cornejo

Teamscope was born as an offline-first app. From day one we knew that research is a moving target and medical data needed to be collected despite the availability of the internet. 

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The Role of Technology in Clinical Trials
Connie Cornejo

In the past 20 years or so, technology has improved significantly -- to the point where it is practically the center of our lives. Whether it is our phones, or our computers, technology has taken over what we do in our day to day.

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Outsmarting mosquitos with electronic data capture
Brena Sena

The renown global health pioneer Paul Farmer once said almost 20 years ago that Ebola, AIDS, and tuberculosis outbreaks suggest the need for “dynamic, systemic, and critical” models, particularly in the care of the socially and medically segregated poor.

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#EndHIV4Her: Addressing the needs of young women and girls
Laura Hytti

While pursuing a degree in development and social anthropology, I participated in a course on HIV/AIDS and development. What seemed like a short dive into the subject would end up being the spark to a future career in global health. I found a passion in the realization that there exist deep-rooted links between such disparate topics as human behavior, culture, infrastructure, economics, and gender, to name a few.

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