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PharmaNet Announces Observational Research Survey Results
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PharmaNet Announces Observational Research Survey Results

PharmaNet Announces Observational Research Survey Results
Product News

PharmaNet Announces Observational Research Survey Results


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The survey is designed to enhance the understanding of observational research among sponsors, regulators, policymakers, physicians and patients.

“Observational research is an important vehicle for compiling post-approval data on real world clinical performance, economic value, patient quality of life and product safety,” commented Jeff Trotter, Executive Vice President, Phase IV Development, and principal author of the survey.

Mr. Trotter continued, “Observational studies are different from pre-approval clinical trials. The survey results reinforce our experience assisting clients in understanding, planning, designing and executing these increasingly critical studies in a cost-efficient manner.”

To date, nearly 1000 industry professionals from over twenty-five countries have participated in the four surveys.  A report on the survey is available with sections on organizational responsibility, terminology, strategic rationale, methodology, operational processes and future considerations.

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