LYON, France, June 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Mapi thought leaders present at the 2014 eCOA Forum: Scientific Sessions at the University of Oxford. The eCOA Forum is the preeminent event focused on innovation of electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments.
Mapi, the leading patient-centered research organization, shares insight on best practices in Real-World Evidence, developing Clinical Outcome Assessments, Health Economics and Strategic Market Access including sessions on:
- Clinical Outcome Assessments: Is shorter better? Reducing patient burden and minimizing attrition – Benoit Arnould
- This scale is not validated, so what? What is an invalid COA and what is the impact of using it? – Antoine Renault
- Copyright: Lessons learned from COA paper-version translations: Pitfalls and pending issues for e-versions – Caroline Anfray
- Protecting measurement properties through Linguistic Validation– Catherine Acquadro
- Considerations in planning eCOA into long duration Post-Marketing surveillance studies – William C Maier
Among other key presenters on the agenda:
- Luis Prieto - Scientific Administrator for the European Medicines Agency's (EMA) Scientific and Regulatory Management Department
- Ray Fitzpatrick - Professor of Public Health and Primary Care at the University of Oxford
- Crispin Jenkinson - Professor of Health Services Research in the Nuffield Department of Population Health Care at the University of Oxford
- Paul Wicks - Vice President of Innovation at PatientsLikeMe
The 2014 eCOA Forum Scientific Sessions features presentations from the most influential authors, regulatory scientific advisors from the EMA, Health Economics Outcomes Research (HEOR) experts and academic researchers from Oxford University, PatientsLikeMe, CRF Health, Mapi, ISIS Outcomes, Oxford Outcomes and DHP Research. For more information on the eCOA Forum download the brochure from http://www.mapigroup.com/Pages/Publications 2014 eCOA Forum scientific sessions
Mapi is the global leader in patient-centered research services including Real World Evidence, Post-Marketing, Registries, Linguistic Validation, Health Economics, Strategic Market Access and through the Mapi Research Trust; the largest library of Clinical Outcome Assessments. Visit http://www.mapigroup.com for more information.