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July 2005
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In Every Issue
E-Media July 2005 StayinFront Introduces Data Quality Services Offerings StayinFront [...]
On the Calendar
July 18-19 The 2nd Annual Strategic Medicare Compliance and Administration [...]
Talent Pool
Talent Pool July 2005 Executive Appointments and Promotions in the [...]
Letter from the Editor
Communicating cooperatively Letter from the Editor July 2005 In June, [...]
Raise Your Voice — Letters
Letters Are Drug Safety Concerns Endangering Drug Benefits? The best [...]
For Art’s Sake
Creative Review This ad is powerful despite showing a patient [...]
PharmaTrax Worldwide Hormonal Contraceptive Market to Increase The world market [...]
What’s New
Dorland Launches inRx Medical Education Independent company formed to respond [...]

On The Cover

Advocacy Relations: Finding Common Ground
Advocacy Relations: Finding Common Ground Forum By Elisabeth Pena Villarroel Where patient health is concerned, the goals of pharmaceutical companies and advocacy groups intersect. Teri Cox Cox Communications Partners People know about Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, the ribbons, the races, and so on. But the general public isn’t aware that [...]

Elisabeth Pena Villarroel


Accurately Costing a Clinical Trial
Accurately Costing a Clinical Trial By Denise Myshko Streamlining the budget process not only leads to more accurate resource allocation, it also allows for better predictions and creates more accurate clinical-trial planning. July 2003 Clinical-trial spending has increased considerably over the past decade. Today, the average per-patient cost of a clinical trial ranges from about [...]

Denise Myshko

Building a Body of Connected Knowledge: The Organization’s Strategic Role in Training
View on Training Building a Body of Connected Knowledge The Organization’s Strategic Role in Training The way people work isn’t the same today as it was 10 years ago, just as it won’t be the same 10 years from now. Rapid changes in technology, the regulatory environment, and the skills that new workers bring to [...]
Global Perspective
Global Perspective India The Future Clinical-Trials Destination India is, at the moment, a preferred destination for clinical research because of its huge, heterogeneous patient population; its English-speaking, Western educated investigators (physicians); a track record of sincerity in meeting regulatory and recruitment timelines; and, most importantly, well-accepted, good quality, auditable data. The Global Perspective Just a [...]

Umakanta Sahoo

Table of Contents
Teri Cox says the public isn’t aware of the industry’s role in patient advocacy. Dr. Paul Bleicher says it’s important to consider what components of a CRO will be used when determining budgets. Contents Richard Pascoe says leadership is understanding what motivates people. July 2005 On the Cover Advocacy relations: Finding common ground Where patient [...]
Richard Pascoe — An Officer & A Leader
An Officer & A Leader July 2005 From the military to the semiconductor industry to the life-sciences industry, Richard Pascoe has drawn on his leadership skills — team building and staff motivation, combined with courage, integrity, and character — to bring out the best in his people for the benefit of the organization. Today, the [...]

Kim Ribbink