XClinical hosting EDC Workshops
XClinical GmbH, Munich, Germany
-June 16, 2009
XClinical, a European vendor of innovative software products for eClinical trials, is hosting two workshops concerning handling the clinical End-To-End process and the challenges in Oncology Trials with Electronic Data Capture.
From eCRF set-up to submission and archival
September 16th, Sheraton Airport Hotel,
Duesseldorf Airport, Germany
"TECHNICAL CHALLENGES IN ONCOLOGY TRIALS"
Particularities and Future Developments
September 17th, Sheraton Airport Hotel,
Duesseldorf Airport, Germany
In recent years, using EDC systems rather than paper-based data collection systems has become more and more common. “The life cycle of data management hasn’t changed, yet the ways of collecting data have.” Explained Dr. Claus Lindenau, Head of Business Development at XClinical. “Data standards have gained importance, as have the software solutions to permit an End-To-End process within the eClinical workflow.” To take up those developments, the “End-To-End” workshop will contain a theoretical introduction to the EDC process and the related data standards (CDISC). This will be followed by live demonstrations which illustrate the End-To-End process from eCRF set-up to Data Collection and Data Cleaning and finally to Data Submission and Archiving.
The workshop “Technical Challenges in Oncology Trials” will give an introduction to the topic of Oncology Trials and will deal with the technical challenges associated with them. Future prospects and a discussion session will also be provided.
This topic is a reaction to current developments. According to the WHO, cancer of various types will be the most common cause of death worldwide by 2010. As a result, Oncology Trials are gaining more and more importance. “Oncology Trials face many challenges.” Said Dr. Lindenau. “Not only in terms of Study design but also regarding technical aspects by means of capturing an combining data from interdisciplinary parties and different data sources.”
For further information about the workshop and registration please contact Katharina Lang (firstname.lastname@example.org).
XClinical GmbH (www.xclinical.com), an innovative EDC-CDM system vendor based in Munich, Paris and Boston, USA, provides solutions for the electronic conduct of all types of clinical trials, post-marketing studies and registries.
XClinical develops and markets MARVIN, a CDISC ODM certified online platform for Electronic Data Capture (EDC), Clinical Data Management (CDM) and Clinical Trial Management (CTM). Till today, MARVIN was used to collect and process data of more than 50,000 patients in 70+ studies.
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