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Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
DATATRAKInternational, Inc. (OTCQX: DATA), a leader in developing cloud-based, unified eClinical™ technologies and delivering related services for the clinical trials industry, today announced members of its management team will be participating on various industry panels during the month of November. Additionally,
DATATRAK will hold a webinar titled "Image Data Capture in Clinical Trials" with its newest CRO Connect Partner™, ABX-CRO.
Association of Clinical Research Professionals Minnesota Chapter Clinical Trial Boot CampMinneapolis, MNNovember 3, 2012
DATATRAK's Vice President of Clinical & Consulting Services, Dr.
Bill Gluck, will contribute his expertise to the panel discussion "Stop Sweating the Small Stuff: How to use data management systems to your advantage in the era of risk-based monitoring."
ACRP's mission is to provide global leadership to promote integrity and excellence for the clinical research profession. The boot camp will cover the basics of how a research protocol moves from initiation through FDA audit.
2nd Annual Interactive Response Technologies for Clinical TrialsPhiladelphia, PANovember 8 & 9, 2012
DATATRAK's Chief Technology Officer,
Chris Wilke, will serve as moderator during the session "Best Practices and Industry Approaches for Understanding the IRT Vendor Landscape."
DATATRAK will also be exhibiting at the conference.
The conference focuses on gaining insights into IVR/IWR system utilization in clinical trials and learning how companies use clinical IRTs to increase efficiencies and decrease costs.
DATATRAK Webinar with CRO Connect Partner™, ABX-CRO November 29th at
11 a.m. ESTImage Data Capture in Clinical Trials
ABX-CRO will discuss solutions for controlled exchange of image data in clinical trials, which give CROs and pharmaceutical companies complete web-based control of virtually any trial data, according to today's traceability and safety standards.