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DIA 2018 Global Annual Meeting


Building up Efficiencies, Breaking Down Barriers: Using Mobile Technology for Data Capture in Clinical Trials

    Session Chair(s)
      Christopher  Miller, MSc

      Christopher Miller, MSc

      • Biometrics and Information Sciences Therapeutic Head, Respiratory
      • AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP, United States
    This session will report recommendations which support the optimization of data collection as well as provide strategies for analyzing and interpreting data captured using mobile devices in clinical trials. This session would be valuable to data scientists, biostatisticians, engineers and data managers, as well as trial designers, investigators, and device manufacturers.
    Learning Objective : Review recommendations for optimizing the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data captured using mobile devices; Discuss practical approaches that address the challenges of missing data, data attribution; Describe protocol design and technical strategies for ensuring data quality at collection and identifying and executing appropriate analysis approaches.
    Speaker(s)
      Christopher  Miller, MSc

      CTTI's Recommendations: Building up Efficiencies, Breaking Down Barriers - Using Mobile Technology for Data Capture in Clinical Trials

      Christopher Miller, MSc

      • Biometrics and Information Sciences Therapeutic Head, Respiratory
      • AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP, United States
      Sunil  Agarwal, MS

      Transforming Clinical Trials With the Use of eSource and Wearable Technology

      Sunil Agarwal, MS

      • Associate Vice President and Practice Lead, Pharma R&D
      • HCL America Inc., United States
      Mike  Collinson

      New Horizons: Health Care, Big Data, and Devices in Clinical Research

      Mike Collinson

      • Life Sciences Architect
      • Oracle Health Sciences, United Kingdom