At CTO, we are focused on improving Ontario’s environment for conducting high-quality clinical trials, making them more efficient and effective for everyone – researchers and healthcare professionals, patients and families, and members of industry. This year, we worked alongside the clinical trials community to strengthen our programs. We are streamlining clinical trials processes, working to […]
Lisa Holtshousen reflects on her 30-year career in the Life Sciences sector, highlighting her recent role as Patient Visionary at Roche Canada where she fostered patient inclusivity by integrating patient perspectives directly into the company’s decision-making processes.
There are a lot of advantages to clinical trials, including offering access to new treatments and improving outcomes for patients. Here’s what you should know before you sign up.
Kathie Zeman of the Cancer Clinical Research Unit (CCRU) at Princess Margaret discusses her involvement in Clinical Trials Ontario’s Participant Experience Toolkit initiative, emphasizing the importance using plain language summaries to enhance transparency, inclusivity, and patient engagement in clinical trials.
International Clinical Trials Day is celebrated around the world on May 20th to recognize the day that James Lind started what is considered the first clinical trial.
Ontario has long been an attractive jurisdiction for conducting high-quality clinical trials. We have all the right ingredients: world-class talent, cutting-edge infrastructure, a diverse patient population and programs to support industry. But within the last decade, Ontario has hit a new stride, becoming a hive of clinical trials activity that outranks other global jurisdictions.