What Does an Endpoint Adjudication Committee (EAC) Do?
This white paper discusses an endpoint adjudication committee's (EAC) role in clinical research and the basics of setting up an EAC.
Advarra Trend Report: Current State of Trial Opportunity and Selection
Insights into the site selection process and the information sites provide as part of site feasibility questionnaire completion.
Top Barriers to Participation in Clinical Trials
Understanding the factors that influence the decision to participate in a study helps research professionals diagnose enrollment problems.
Patient Recruitment and Enrollment in Clinical Trials
Learn more about patient recruitment and enrollment: how they find out about clinical trials and the reasons they participate.
Becoming Your Own Best Advocate Through Patient Empowerment
In this episode, we discuss clinical trial patient empowerment and advocacy. We dive into health literacy and the informed consent process.
Establishing and Operating a DSMB: Tips for Clinical Trial Success
This white paper shares what a data safety monitoring board's (DSMB's) role is in clinical research and how it works.
What Goes into a Charter for DSMB or Endpoint Adjudication?
This blog outlines the key elements of a DMC/EAC charter document, explaining its importance in conducting safe and compliant research.
When Do I Need an EAC?
View this infographic to learn when do you need an endpoint adjudication committee (EAC) and what types of studies an EAC reviews.
Clinical Trial Superheroes
Download this eBook to learn about the individuals who dedicate their talents to give patients an opportunity for healthier and longer lives.
Clinical Endpoint Adjudication Committees: Not Just for “Endpoints”
This blog outlines critical events where EACs are used to look at more than just “endpoints” in clinical research.
A Look at the Processes Behind Clinical Endpoint and Event Adjudication
Take a closer look at how and why we leverage proprietary, custom, and intelligent technology in our EAC program
A Journey in Support of Diversity
Advarra's Sergio Armani introduces ACRP's Ride for Diversity program and why it's important to him personally and to the research community.