In this month’s synopsis, read up on an encouraging new tuberculosis testing option, get an inside look at how we measure patient recruitment analytics, check out two articles celebrating women in the pharmaceutical industry, and much more.
The latest from Praxis.
Get to know our analytics team. Our analytics team at Praxis is comprised of six shining stars, all of whom have an impressive list of educational accomplishments and certifications that have helped shape them into skillful analysts.
March’s pharmaceutical breakthrough: New tuberculosis testing option could lead to earlier detection. This new tuberculosis testing option would be effective in most patients and could cost as little as $2 per patient – a huge leap forward from the current standard of testing.
Robust repertoire of in-house capabilities makes for comprehensive service. When sponsors engage with a patient recruitment organization, they’re looking for help enrolling a study as quickly as possible, then keeping patients committed through study completion. That’s why, at Praxis, we consider ourselves an extension of a sponsor’s team.
Celebrating Women’s History Month: Women take the lead in pharma. We’ve all heard the adage, “behind every great man, there stands a great woman.” Well, we propose a remix: “Behind every great woman, there stand other great women.”
Sharing patient recruitment analytics in context. One of our senior analysts details four bottom-of-funnel metrics we share with study sponsors when tracking patient recruitment efforts.
Pharmas that give back: Janssen. In the third edition of our Pharmas That Give Back series, we’re focusing on Janssen’s support of patients and local communities.
Celebrating Women’s History Month: Women who champion change. To celebrate Women’s History Month, learn more about some of the women who have worked – and who continue to work – toward making the world a safer, healthier place.
Elsewhere in the news.
Gut cells turn up in lung tumors. Researchers recently spotted a miniature stomach, duodenum, and small intestine hidden among the cells of lung tumor samples.
Practical magic: Google counsels pharma to create ‘seamless’ digital experiences. According to Google, creating the magic starts with defining patient curiosity.
Take a page from Amazon’s playbook to transform clinical trials. Clinical Leader shares three specific lessons the research industry can learn from Amazon.