The Colors of COVID Town Hall Event: The Ethical Engagement of Minority Communities in COVID Clinical Research

In April, the Director of the Maryland Center for Health Equity’s Dr. Stephen B. Thomas partnered with FHI Clinical for a frank conversation by experts about COVID and how to encourage Brown and Black communities to participate in clinical research.

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Colors of COVID Radio Show

To debunk some myths around COVID-19 and the vaccine, a powerhouse panel of distinguished physicians, public health professionals and other leaders had a frank video discussion about the effects of COVID-19 on Black and brown communities.

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Site Monitoring & Management in a Clinical Trial of a Spatial Repellent for Vector-Borne Disease Control

The FHI Clinical project team supported site monitoring, site management and project management to assist the University of Notre Dame investigators achieve a level of rigor not typically required for a non-medical product in their double-blinded, randomized-cluster, placebo-controlled clinical trial of a spatial repellent against mosquitoes for malaria prevention.

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What has COVID-19 Taught Us About the Need for Unified, Cloud-Based Technology?

The industry’s response to outbreaks like COVID-19 will continue to push advances in technology and influence the way we conduct clinical research. Challenges we’ve faced trying to adhere to impossible timelines and budgets have solidified the need for a technology platform that includes three main characteristics: unified, modular and cloud-based.

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