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EDC Scandinavia Uses OpenClinica for BYOD ePro

Krister Kristianson, PhD. | OpenClinica Blog | February 3, 2014

In a recent study involving several hundreds patients, we decided to offer patients the ability to collect their diary data using their own smart phones instead of the traditional paper diary. The patients who decided to participate in the study downloaded the app to their smart phone or could use their desktop to access the application.

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Introducing Open Clinica 2014 Conference: Call For Content

Press Release | OpenClinica | March 6, 2014

Save the date for the 2014 OpenClinica Global Conference: June 22-23 at the Exchange Conference Center on Boston’s historic waterfront. Planning is well underway. We are pleased to have as our keynote speaker, Dr. Eric Perakslis, Executive Director at the Harvard Center for Biomedical Informatics and former CIO of the U.S. FDA.

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OpenClinica And TraIT: A Dutch National Research Infrastructure

Jan-Willem Boiten | OpenClinica | August 5, 2013

Is it possible to set up an IT infrastructure for translational research for an entire country? The Dutch Translational Research IT (TraIT) project ( believes it is. Admittedly, The Netherlands is not exactly the same size as China or the US, but nevertheless already 26 partners from industry and academia to collaborate in this consortium to organize, deploy, and manage a nationwide IT infrastructure for data and workflow management targeted specifically at the needs of translational research.

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OpenClinica At Netherlands CTMM Annual Event

Rob Rittberg | OpenClinica Blog | October 16, 2013

On September 12, 2013, The Center for Translational Molecular Medicine (CTMM) held their annual meeting at the Media Plaza, Jaarbeurs Utrecht in the Netherlands. The theme,  ‘Let’s talk about Value,’ celebrated the implementation of proven results in a clinical practice, the benefits they will bring for patients, and the real value they will add to society and the Dutch economy.

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TraIT OpenClinica attracts more than 300 users

Marinel Cavelaars | ctmm | January 31, 2014

In the two years since OpenClinica was adopted as the preferred data capture tool for the TraIT (Translational Research IT) platform, its user base on the TraIT server has grown from 15 clinical studies to over 60 clinical studies involving more than 300 users. Read More »