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Best Practices for Collecting eCOA Data in Diabetes Trials

February 27, 2015 Katie Garner

In diabetes clinical trial studies, patients are often asked to track blood glucose levels, insulin intake, and even record and report meals. With these requests we place significant burden on patients who already face many challenges in managing their own treatment.

Increasing the burden on patients without considering how to better engage them and make the process as seamless as possible often results in lower study compliance and a frustrating lack of information for trial outcomes.

Join Katie Garner, Therapeutic Areas Manager at CRF Health, for an educational webinar on best practices for improving the collection of PRO data in diabetes trials, including: 

  • Key considerations when using eCOA in diabetes trials.
  • How integrated technology supports patients and investigators
  • Designing patient-centric eCOA solutions for diabetes studies

About the Author

Katie Garner

Katie Garner is Therapeutic Areas Advisor at CRF Health. She is responsible for providing specific therapeutic advice and supporting the therapeutic, sales, marketing and product development teams. Previously, Katie worked as a Project Manager for a Health Outcomes Consultancy and at the NHS Purchasing and Supply Agencies Centre for evidence-based purchasing. She also worked for the Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency as a Senior Medical Device Specialist where she was responsible for the safety and regulation of in vitro diagnostic and contraceptive medical devices.

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