SAE reporting in the age of digitalisation (eSAE)

The use of electronic data capture (EDC) and electronic case report forms (eCRF) is becoming the gold standard in clinical research. Today, the dream of a paperless (or at least near-paperless) study seems within reach.

Also for SAE reporting new possibilities are emerging with EDC & eCRF – the eSAE reporting workflow.

Read here our publication on this topic in CRpro (Issue 2, May 2017).

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