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For Sponsors with Global Trials, Online Translation is a Must
If you conduct global clinical trials and your website is in English only, you are missing out on a huge opportunity to promote your studies. That's why local language translations are crucial.
New User Interface Dramatically Speeds Reviews/Approvals for Clinical Trial Disclosure
TrialScope has updated the TrialScope Disclose platform with a user interface that expedites sponsors’ review/approval process for registering and updating clinical trials with regulatory agencies.
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A Patients-First Approach to Trial Websites
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Microsites: The Personalized Way to Build Trust for Clinical Trials
How Translating Your Clinical Trial Website Leads to Better Engagement
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Learn How User Research Boosts Clinical Trial Website ROI
Conversion rate optimization and A/B testing are an important part of the online marketing strategy for a clinical trial website.
8 Ways to Supercharge Your Clinical Trial Website
Finding Trial Summaries Online a Plus for Patients
The Trial Results Summaries portal is a centralized repository, a neutral ground where multiple sponsors can post clinical trial results online. TrialSummaries.com is a one-stop shop for PLS.
Preparations for the New EU Portal
Clinical Trial Disclosure Management: Build vs. Buy
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Behind the Scenes: In-house vs. Outsourced Clinical Trial Websites
A digital health adviser discusses the pros and cons of a DIY clinical trials website vs. outsourcing development and design.
2019 Global Disclosure & Transparency Survey Now Open
TrialScope’s Global Clinical Trial Disclosure & Transparency Benchmark Survey 2019 is now open to clinical trial transparency professionals.
Vetting Your Vendor: A Reputation for Success
Not all vendors are created equally, especially when it comes to clinical trial disclosure. Do your research. How long has the vendor been in business? What's its client roster? What's its reputation?
TrialScope's Guide to Plain-Language Summaries