Effort required in eligibility screening for clinical trials.

@article{Penberthy2012EffortRI,
  title={Effort required in eligibility screening for clinical trials.},
  author={Lynne T. Penberthy and Bassam A. Dahman and Valentina I Petkov and Jonathan P. DeShazo},
  journal={Journal of oncology practice},
  year={2012},
  volume={8 6},
  pages={365-70}
}
PURPOSE Determining eligibility for a clinical trial (CT) typically requires a lengthy manual review of data for a single evaluation. The cost associated with eligibility screening is typically not compensated through contracts supporting CTs. METHODS We used a real-time tracking system that captures CT evaluations and provides information on evaluation outcomes and time spent on each eligibility screening by research staff. Using these data, we describe the effort and costs of eligibility… CONTINUE READING
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