Summer is flying by! From attending the DIA Global Annual Meeting to welcoming six newcomers and two promotions, there’s so much to catch up on. Here’s what you may have missed.
Tap into health with our top-five healthcare apps. From workout classes to filling prescriptions, you can do a lot right from your smartphone. Here are our top-five picks for healthcare apps to download today.
Healthy patient trials: Reasons to participate. Did you know clinical trials can be for healthy volunteers too? Get more information about healthy patient trials and how you can get involved.
An overview of the diversity gap in clinical research. According to the National Institutes of Health, despite making up 30% of the US population, Black and Latino people account for less than 10% of participants in genetic studies. Learn more about closing the diversity gap in clinical research
The important role of caregivers in recruitment and retention. Caregivers are often described as a major but underappreciated force behind healthcare. Learn just how crucial caregivers can be to the success of some studies.
DIA 2021 recap. As with most conferences as of late, the DIA Annual Global Meeting was held on a fully virtual platform. But that doesn’t mean we left with any less when we closed our laptops at the end of the conference. Here’s what our Praxis attendees have to say about this enriching experience.
Celebrating our big promos and latest newcomers. While we say a big congratulations to Tricia and Elizabeth, we also say hello to Kelsey, Olivia, Ali, Jessica, Liz, and Rachel. Get to know all our new friends at Praxis and celebrate some special promotions!
Healthcare trends to keep an eye on. It’s no surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the healthcare industry forever. In this post, we take a closer look at three healthcare trends that rapidly grew over the past year and likely won’t be going away anytime soon.
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