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NGO - ACADEMIA

Yale University

Pain Management Collaborative is comprised of 12 pragmatic clinical trials that are studying nonpharmacological approaches for the management of pain and common co-occurring conditions in Military and Veterans healthcare systems and are supported by a central Coordinating Center (PMC3).

The lead funding organizations of the PMC and PMC3 include the National Institutes of Health (NIH) (led by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH), plus 7 additional offices) the Department of Defense (DOD), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

Stanford - Digital Education

The Stanford Internet Observatory Turns Three

Stanford Partners Digital Education

How Academic Medicine is Addressing the Opioid Epidemic

Association of American Universities

A Coalition of major US research universities established in 2014 to lobby for the removal of hundreds of federal regulations related to clinical research.
The bureaucratic experiment has slashed by 90% the number of forms used to track key spending, dramatically reduced the amount of time researchers spend doing the paperwork, and nearly eliminated tardy filings, they say. But none of the organs vital to maintaining accountability and transparency appear to have been harmed, they add.

The experiment is part of a larger national effort by U.S. universities to revamp what they argue are costly and wasteful regulations. The rules, whether to protect human patients and research animals or prevent financial conflicts of interest, are often well-intentioned, academic officials say. And sometimes they are a reaction to an egregious breach. But "[t]oo often federal requirements are ill-conceived, ineffective, and/or duplicative," a coalition of major U.S. research universities declared earlier this year. "[T]he time researchers must devote to compliance ... unnecessarily reduces the time they can devote to discovery and innovation," they warned.

Going the Distance: Insights into Rare Disease Clinical Studies, Trial Retention & Patient Experience

Human Centered Artificial Intelligence

Building Quality into the Design and Conduct of Clinical Studies: Integrating Quality by Design (QbD) and Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) Approaches

Building Quality into the Design and Conduct of Clinical Studies: Integrating Quality by Design (QbD) and Risk-Based Monitoring (RBM) Approaches.
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