Category Archives: Pediatrics

DURHAM, N.C., July 2, 2018 — Premier Research’s head of patient engagement will talk about the role of natural history studies in clinical research at the International Children’s Advisory Network’s Research & Advocacy Summit on July 12 in Edinburgh, U.K. Juliet Moritz, the CRO’s Executive Director, Program Strategy, Rare Disease and Pediatrics/Patient Engagement, will discussRead more

When it comes to pediatric analgesic clinical trials, protocols cannot be simply “cut and paste” from adult trials. Likewise, extrapolation of efficacy and risks from adult studies is not always reliable due to developmental and physiological differences. Researchers engaged in pediatric trial design must consider the specific physiology, pharmacology, and normal daily activities for each group beingRead more

Back to Perspectives Blog Home Patient and parent engagement is crucial for successful pediatric drug trials. That’s why the best strategies are ones that encourage proactive involvement beginning at the early stages of protocol development through study conduct and eventual results-sharing. And that includes input. We partnered with iCAN in 2015 to ask pediatric patients, their family members,Read more

DURHAM, N.C., March 27, 2017 — Two Premier Research drug development experts will speak at the Drug Information Association’s EuroMeeting 2017, March 29-31 in Glasgow: Dr. Thomas Laage, Senior Medical Director, will take part in a session on optimizing development of pediatric medicines on Thursday, March 30, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Dr. LaageRead more

Jennifer Strickler will describe the main differences between pediatric and adult study designs, outline the medical considerations pediatric protocols should include, and break down protocol elements specific to children and family participation.

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