A Case Study Exchange

Creating better clinical trials is a community effort—and by sharing best practices, examples, and lessons learned with each other, we can learn and grow at a faster pace.

At its most fundamental level, the Clinical Trials Transformation Initiative (CTTI) is a group of individuals and organizations who want to improve the quality and efficiency of clinical trials.

CTTI was co-founded by Duke University and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2007 in an effort to identify and address challenges to well-designed, properly executed clinical trials, and offer recommendations to improve and modernize research. It fosters an open forum for all stakeholders - 500+ organizations and approximately 80 member organizations - to discuss issues, exchange ideas, come to consensus, and create solutions that can be used to drive real and positive change in clinical trials.

This site, the Case Study Exchange, was created to show these solutions in action. As organizations share their stories, along with their challenges and lessons learned, the clinical trials ecosystem can become more collaborative, agile, and adaptive. Having an open resource for exchanging experiences and learning is crucial to quick, efficient clinical research.

To learn more, or to share a story about using one of CTTI’s recommendations or resources, please contact Karisa Merrill.