Note from the editor: Small but important changes ahead

By Jenni Spinner contact

- Last updated on GMT

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Related tags: Decentralized trials, Clinical trials, Clinical trial, Patient centricity, Contract research organization, Clinical research, Drug development, Pharmaceutical industry

The past two years have been full of shifts and shakes in the drug development field, but the change at Outsourcing-Pharma is easy and one for the better.

Flexibility is a necessary survival skill in this day and age. If someone can’t adapt to keep up with the times, they will let their customers down and risk falling behind.

Sometimes, the changes required to keep pace are difficult—a good example appropriate to Outsourcing-Pharma might be changing course from on-site studies to decentralized trials. In other instances, adaptation is less of a struggle yet still worth making (switching your daily cola at lunch to a diet to save on calories).

The change we’re making at Outsourcing-Pharma definitely falls into the latter camp. True, it’s an adjustment for both us and our readers; however, it’s a fairly easy transition that will lead to a range of worthwhile benefits across the board.

Readers like you are more engaged with our publication than ever before. In 2019, our content had about 767,000 views in a year; just two years later, in 2021, that same number was about 1.2m. That shows us we’re headed in the right direction, in terms of delivering the industry coverage you and your colleagues are interested in.

The next step in ensuring we deliver the best drug-development content possible is deepening the connection with readers like you. We will be asking our audience to register and provide a few professional details. It’s a minor inconvenience but one that will empower our team to:

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Without registration, visitors will still be able to read up to two articles in a 30-day period. However, to read more OSP content than that, we ask you to take a moment to register.

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Thank you for continuing to be a loyal Outsourcing-Pharma reader. It’s true that change can be difficult, but this one is easy and will enable us to serve readers like you even better in the future.

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