On June 21, we hosted our latest “Keeping it real” webinar – on how to avoid obstacles to digital RWE analytics. Dr Casey Quinn, Chief Research Officer, and Amber Kudlac, Associate Director, discussed their experiences of these obstacles and barriers, and, crucially,...
As of late April, the MyRealWorld™ MG (MRW MG) study has reached over 2,000 participants! Study participants are based in Italy, the USA, Spain, Belgium, Canada, Japan, Germany, the UK, France, and Denmark. We would like to sincerely thank all participants, patient...
During ISPOR 2022, speak to the Vitaccess team about your real-world evidence projects. We’re here to help. We are regulars at the annual ISPOR conference, with a number of posters and workshops presented in the past. We’re not attending the event in May but hope to...
On May 10, we hosted the 7th webinar in the “Keeping it real” series. Dr Catherine Bottomley, Chief Scientific Officer, and Sam Llewellyn, Senior Consultant, discussed diagnosis validation in patient-centered research – specifically, alternatives to clinician-led...
On March 23, 2022, the MyRealWorld™ MG (MRW MG) study expanded to include Denmark in its list of study countries. This means that the digital real-world evidence study, which has been ongoing since December 2019, now operates across nine countries: the US, Canada,...
Missed our webinar about generating real-world evidence to support NICE severity modifier modelling? Watch it here! Dr Mark Larkin and Dr Casey Quinn discussed the generation of real-world evidence to support NICE severity modifier modelling. They covered the recent...
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