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CRO Guide 2016

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ROUNDTABLE leaders LIFESCIENCELEADER.COM THE CRO LEADERSHIP AWARDS 2016 10 atient-centricity continues to be the hot buzzword in clinical trials. With greater patient-to-patient interac- tions via the internet, social media, and advocacy groups, sponsor attention to the wants and needs of patients has never been greater. But for all of the attention being paid to it, questions still linger over what it really means and what is actually being done. For this patient-centricity roundtable, I attempted to bring together some of the most innovative and patient-centered minds in the industry to discuss the efforts being made and what CROs can do to assist with the process. Included in this panel discussion are: Christine Pierre President, Society of Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) P Beverly Harrison Head, Patient Support, Office of the Chief Medical Officer, Janssen, the pharmaceuticals group at Johnson & Johnson Roslyn Schneider Global Patient Affairs Lead, Pfizer Kathy Vandebelt Global Head, Clinical Innovation, Eli Lilly and Company Tina Shah Health Services Researcher & Pulmonary/Critical Care Physician, University of Chicago Hospitals By E. Miseta Patient-Centricity Roundtable: Sponsors, Sites, And CROs Must Work Together To Hear The Patient E D M I S E T A Chief Editor, Clinical Leader @EdClinical PATIENT-CENTRICITY ROUNDTABLE: SPONSORS, SITES, AND CROs MUST WORK TOGETHER TO HEAR THE PATIENT

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