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Cambridge Healthtech Media Group Launches Clinical Trials Web Site
Date:2/10/2009

Cambridge Healthtech Media Group, the publisher of Bio-IT World magazine, today announced the launch of a new website devoted to exclusive coverage of the clinical research enterprise --www.ecliniqua.com.

Needham, MA (PRWEB) February 10, 2009 -- Cambridge Healthtech Media Group, the publisher of Bio-IT World magazine, today announced the launch of a new website devoted to exclusive coverage of the clinical research enterprise --www.ecliniqua.com.

Featuring authoritative news, views, insights, and opinion on challenges related to clinical research management, trial design, data capture, implementation processes, and technology solutions, the site is the expanded web face of the eCliniqua eNewsletter, one of the most recognized and respected sources for news covering clinical research and trials. Readers turn to eCliniqua to stay informed of the many facets of an industry that is constantly changing. The eCliniqua web site will provide viewers with even more critical and dynamic coverage.
"Since its launch in 2003, eCliniqua has established itself as our most popular newsletter," said Dr. Kevin Davies, Bio-IT World editor-in-chief. "We hope that www.ecliniqua.com will provide a valuable forum for additional news and opinion in the e-clinical space. This is a critical area of the drug development pipeline, where new strategies in trial design and new technologies in capturing patient and regulatory data can make a huge difference in the length and cost of the trial and the ease of regulatory submission."

The web site carries original news and analysis authored by eCliniqua contributing editors, Deborah Borfitz and Ann Neuer, as well as roundups of news from elsewhere in the press. Guest commentaries from industry experts and analysts provide exclusive insights into clinical research challenges and technologies. The regular Industry Trends column authored by Mark Mathieu (PAREXEL) gives eCliniqua readers timely trend data from the leading compendium of pharma/biotech R&D trend data and market intelligence. The site also features podcasts and video features, beginning with an exclusive interview with Phase Forward founder and former chairman, Paul Bleicher.

Charter sponsors of the web site include ERT and Medidata.
The eCliniqua web site serves as a portal to other relevant content produced by Cambridge Healthtech Media Group and other sister organizations, including Barnett International and Insight Pharma Reports. Additional resources include white papers, job openings, and key conferences.

For further information, contact:

- Kevin Davies, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief, Bio-IT World, kdavies(at)healthtech.com

- Allison Proffitt, Managing Editor, aproffitt(at)healthtech.com

- Joan Chambers, Sr. Director of Marketing & Operations, Publications, jchambers(at)healthtech.com

About Cambridge Healthtech Media Group (www.chimediagroup.com)
Cambridge Healthtech Media Group, a division of Cambridge Healthtech Institute, delivers content to decision makers through its print, online, and electronic products designed to serve the life sciences community. The Media Group's editors are at the pulse of the market and disseminate ground-breaking news, analysis, trends, and insights that shape the life science industry through a suite of published resources - Bio-IT World magazine, topic specific eNewsletters, and web sites - www.bio-itworld.com and www.ecliniqua.com

About Cambridge Healthtech Institute (www.chicorporate.com)
Founded in 1992, Cambridge Healthtech Institute (CHI) strives to develop quality information resources that provide valuable insights and competing points of view while offering balanced coverage of the latest developments in the life sciences industry. CHI's integrated portfolio of products and services includes Cambridge Healthtech Institute Conferences, the Pharmaceutical Strategy Series, Barnett International, Insight Pharma Reports, Cambridge Marketing Consultants, Cambridge Meeting Planners, Cambridge Healthtech Associates, and Cambridge Healthtech Media Group, which includes several topic-specific eNewsletters, Bio-IT World magazine, as well as Lead Generation Programs and Custom Solution Packages. For a comprehensive listing and detailed information about the products and services, visit www.chicorporate.com

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