Using data capture software to improve clinical trials
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Using data capture software to improve clinical trials

1 May 2015 | Kirsty Weakley
Tags: Data

Kirsty Weakley looks at how Cancer Research UK is using data capture software to help it find new treatments for cancer patients, and rounds up the latest IT new business wins.


Using data capture software to improve clinical trials

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RNIB's talking book service

RNIB has upgraded its wide area network in preparation for future projects. Kirsty Weakley reports and rounds-up the rest of this months IT new business wins.

Neil Campbell, Managing director of Intrelate, and Anne Houston, chief executive of Children 1st

Kirsty Weakley reports on how Children 1st tackled the problem of data duplication and the rest of this month's IT new business wins.

IT new business wins December 2012: Play and donate

As a conservation charity prepares to launch its own social networking-style website, Kirsty Weakley rounds-up the latest IT new business wins.

IT new business wins: Faster, cheaper, greener

Cancer Research UK moved data onto the cloud and saved itself time, money and energy. Kirsty Weakley explains and rounds-up other IT new business wins.

IT new business wins: Oxfam overhauls retail systems

Kirsty Weakley outlines the latest IT new business wins, including a major purchase by Oxfam for its retail systems.

Mencap spellathon goes digital

Mencap has launched a digital version of its spelling competition enabling contestants to take part online and raise money for the charity by collecting online sponsorship.

CRUK new app will enable donations

Cancer Research UK has announced that it is developing a new smartphone app that will provide more services, including donations, than its current app on a greater range of devices.

4Children reveals new website

4Children has launched its new website to provide clearer information about its work and campaigns as it expands its service delivery role as the government’s strategic partner for early years and childcare.

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