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December 8, 2021
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals

4G Clinical's JP Kappelle speaks with ACRP about how the pace of DCT adoption is proceeding as COVID-19's biggest threats to trial operations weaken.

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Most experts agree that the deployment of decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) or hybrid variants is among the tactics that are here to stay. However, there’s wide-ranging debate on how the pace of DCT adoption is proceeding as COVID-19’s biggest threats to trial operations weaken.

"Unfortunately, I’d admit we’ve taken a step back” in terms of embracing DCTs and hybrid approaches, says JP Kappelle, vice president of strategy at 4G Clinical.

While he’s a big fan and remains bullish on the overall trend, he’s observed in the past few months that many are “reverting” to defaulting to in-person trial operations rather than considering remote options.

“We aren’t back to where we were before the pandemic, but we are seeing” a dip in the enthusiasm curve, he says.

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View the complete article at the ACRP website.

 

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