What is a White Paper?
White Papers are written by organizations to explain a specific business practice, service, product or technology, and provide useful information to readers looking to understand this problem and enhance their job performance. There is no standard subject matter or presentation format but White Papers typically present data supported by facts, figures and statistics to explain the problem and its potential solution. They are generally 2500 words long but can be longer if the topic requires more in-depth discussion, and are written in a narrative voice with no quotes.
White Paper Library
- Launching Global Clinical Trials: Best Practices for Efficient and Cost-Effective Translations by Lionbridge Life Sciences
- Electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments (eCOA): An Introductory Guide by CRF Health
- Speeding Study Start-Up in Multicenter Clinical Trials by Schulman IRB
- Collaborative Patient Engagement: Mapping the Global Landscape by Patient Focused Medicines
- Smart Sourcing Strategy: Vendor Selection for Safety & Risk Management Support by Sciformix
- DIA-TOPRA Adaptive Pathways Workshop
- eSource: Reducing Site Workload for Better, Faster, Safer Clinical Trials by Clinical Ink
- Compliance for Mobile Medical Apps by Wincere
- Clinical Trial Retention Meta-Analysis: Subjects that are actively or passively enrolled into clinical trials are retained differently by MediciGlobal
- New Gains Seen from Patient- and Site-Centric Initiatives by CenterWatch
- Using an eCOA System to Collect Data for Submission & Approval by PHT