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Mobile technologies offer the potential to reduce the costs of conducting clinical trials by collecting high-quality information on health outcomes in real-world settings that are relevant to patients and clinicians. However, widespread use of mobile technologies in clinical trials has been impeded by their perceived challenges. To advance solutions to these challenges, the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI) has issued best practices and realistic approaches that clinical trial sponsors can now use. These include CTTI recommendations on technology selection; data collection, analysis, and interpretation; data management; protocol design and execution; and US Food and Drug Administration submission and inspection. The scientific principles underpinning the clinical trials enterprise continue to apply to studies using mobile technologies. These recommendations provide a framework for including mobile technologies in clinical trials that can lead to more efficient assessment of new therapies for patients.
Associate Professor at University of Oxford
I am an Associate Professor at the University of Oxford and lead Health Data Research UK’s national implementation project on reproducible machine learning. My research group at Oxford develops...
Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) Oxford
Director Professor Martin Landray, Professor of Medicine & Epidemiology and Deputy Director, Big Data Institute, University of Oxford Associate Director Professor Gil McVean, Professor of...