Planning and managing a clinical trial is a complex task involving many different people, processes and systems. It can be challenging to ensure that everyone involved in the trial has all the appropriate information and latest documentation at their fingertips to enable them to conduct their activities correctly and efficiently. Investigators and study site personnel are often bombarded with study information and documentation, including updates and revisions, throughout the course of their involvement in a clinical trial. The Perceptive MyTrials Collaboration Toolbox solves these issues by providing an intuitive, centralized suite of tools that present a single place to access all up-to-date information and documentation relating to any of your trials or development programs.
The Perceptive MyTrials Collaboration Toolbox is a valuable set of modules that enhance site-sponsor communication, collaboration and information sharing. These modules can be used alone or in combination to provide the right toolset to keep your study community engaged and informed.
Our Toolbox contains:
Document Repository. Publish and access the latest version of all essential study documentation such as the Investigator Brochure, Study Protocol and amendments.
Document Collaboration. Share and collaborate on the creation and approval of new study documents with a defined group of users. Maintain full version control and creation history for all your study-related documentation, and publish approved documents to the study community.
Calendar. Publish key study dates, milestones, events and meetings to all involved in conducting your clinical trial.
News and Announcements.Ensure the entire study community are engaged, motivated and directed through the publication of regular news, highlights and announcements.
Training. Provide easy reference to relevant study training documentation and resources including technology user guides.
Discussion Forums. Create an engaged and interactive study community through the use of open discussion forums. These can be restricted to defined user groups, and provide the facility to exchange information and best practice relating to the study and its conduct.