Welcome to Totally Clinical! From protocols to placebos to patients, Teckro takes you on a deep dive into the freshest trends, big-time challenges and most excellent triumphs of clinical trials. Join us as we chat with industry experts, trailblazers, thought leaders and the people actually benefiting from clinical research. Totally Clinical illustrates Teckro’s devotion to the clinical trial industry and our mission to create faster, more efficient trials that will get drugs to market quicker and save lives. Tune in, settle back and don’t touch that dial - it’s time to get Totally Clinical!
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How Teckro Facilitates Better Sponsor-Site Relationships
Brian Deighan, Teckro program director, explains how Teckro is facilitating better site engagement and the power of direct site feedback.
From Scrubs to CEO: A Unique Perspective on Patient Care
Lexitas Pharma Services’ George Magrath joins the podcast to discuss how his dual role as a CEO and working physician gives him a unique understanding of patient care.
Lost in Translation: Breaking the Clinical Trials Language Barrier
Freelance medical translator Ana Sofia Correia discusses the importance of translation in clinical trials and how it can improve patient recruitment.
Struggles and Perseverance: A Glimpse into Ovarian Cancer Care in Developing Countries
The World Ovarian Cancer Coalition’s Frances Reid shares the Every Woman Study progress to capture care challenges in middle- and low-income countries.
Planting for the Planet: Exploring the Intersection Between Clinical Research and Reforestation
Karl McGrory of One Tree Planted joins us to discuss the non-profit’s global mission and the connection between clinical research and reforestation.
How Workforce Shortages Threaten the Future of Clinical Research
Jeanne Hecht, CEO of JTH Consulting, joins the Totally Clinical podcast to discuss why a mindset shift is urgently needed to address the workforce shortage in clinical research.
Great podcast- most in this field are dull but this one really stands out