We’re excited to announce that our new sister website, https://www.encapsia.com has just been launched. We’ve worked hard the past few months to bring it to life and are happy to be able to showcase it in time for the DIA ANNUAL MEETING 2018.
As encapsia® continuously develops and grows, and our client base using this innovative clinical data suite extends, the time has come to provide our users with a dedicated site.
Rolling my suitcase up the street at the conclusion of American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) conference on Monday, I reflected on the huge number of steps my fitbit registered across the four day meeting in Chicago. Many tens of thousands of steps had been logged, and certainly my sore feet told me that was true!
More important than the number of steps I had walked throughout the conference was the number of hands I had shaken in greeting over that time.
Physicians, students, researchers and service providers converged this week on Chicago for the 2018 meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research. Overall attendance at the conference was nearly 17,000. Even bone-chilling wind and snow could dampen the enthusiasm for this much-anticipated event.
The AACR conference covers every aspect of cancer research and treatment, from basic information all the way to presentations about futuristic treatments currently being developed. World class scientists took to the podium and the jammed hallways to share their research and forge personal and professional alliances.
The Conduct app is part of Cmed’s encapsia® clinical data suite, the first cloud-based suite of apps for the collection, management and analysis of clinical trial data.
The Conduct app is a complete data management environment for the Sponsor and CRO team and a central point within the encapsia suite. It helps Data Managers, CRAs and Project Managers to track, review and clean all incoming clinical data in real time, whether entered via eCRFs in the Entry app or as electronic source data in the eSource app