Innovation in Clinical Trials: Westat at 2019 Society for Clinical Trials Conference

Improving transparency in clinical trial costs for participants. Challenges with early implementation of low-cost pragmatic trials. Expediting new HIV therapy to the market through collaboration. These are just a few of the topics Westat staff will be presenting on at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials, May 19-22, 2019, in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Westat staff (names in bold) will be presenting the following materials. See the program for more details.

Bert Arevalo and Roslyn Hennessey. (Poster). GCP Compliance Challenges in Complementary and Alternative Medicine.

Paula Darby Lipman, Nora Dluzak, and Catherine Stoney. (Poster). Exploring Challenges Associated with Early Implementation of Low-Cost Pragmatic Trials.

Lawrence Ragard, Margaret Camarca, Polly Ke, Lucille Patrichuk, Marge Good, Grace Mishkin, and Andrea Denicoff. (Oral Presentation).  Improving Transparency in Clinical Trial Costs for Participants: National Cancer Institute (NCI) National Coverage Analysis Initiative Supported by the NCI’s Cancer Trials Support Unit.

Tracy Wolbach and Christine Anderson. (Poster). Expediting New HIV Therapy to the Market Through Collaboration with a Contract Research Organization. 

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