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Clinical Researcher

April 2015
This issue of Clinical Researcher focuses on how, as the momentum around patient centricity continues to build, more companies and organizations are trying to determine how to bring the patient perspective to the center of research. Guest editor Michelle Mocarski, MPH, BA, CCRC, gathered six articles representing a cross-section of perspectives on how sites, clinical research organizations, and sponsors can step back from timelines, forms, and procedures to determine whether patients’ needs are considered within the drug development process. Two additional articles included in this issue consider the timely topics of the current status and future of cannabis research and how to assess a site’s ability to coordinate a multicenter study.