Strategies for Winning Clinical Investigators in a Competitive Marketplace

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., May 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading pharmaceutical companies and CROs agree that effective clinical investigator recruitment is part of the critical path in successful clinical trials and subsequent product launch. Clinical Trial Excellence: The Science and Art of Winning Investigators in a Competitive Marketplace illustrates proven techniques that speed clinical trial investigator recruitment and reduce the time to revenue.

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Companies that participated in this study are: Amersham; ALTANA Pharmaceuticals; Amgen; AAI Development; AstraZeneca; Biologicals International; Aventis; ICON; Baxter Healthcare; Parexel; Bristol-Myers Squibb; Panacos Pharmaceuticals; Eli Lilly and Company; Perlegen Sciences; GlaxoSmithKline; PPD Development; Human Genome Sciences; Janssen; PLIVA Pharmaceuticals; Pfizer; Roche; 3M Pharmaceuticals; America's Doctor; BBK Healthcare; Covance; PPD.

The report includes specific examples, more than 180 metrics, and recommendations on how to identify and close performance gaps. Additionally, this study reveals how your organization can:

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