The concept of Decentralized Clinical Trials means bringing the activities of the trial to non-centralized places, such as away from a doctor’s office or clinic, so that participants have better access to the interventions and measures needed to conduct a trial.  A few ways researchers are decentralizing clinical trials include engaging home health groups to come to the home to collect or administer study tasks. These trials seem to be the wave of the future and have many advantages for participants. For more information on this topic register for PRIM&R 2022 Annual Conference session, PRIM&R Service Award Presentation, and Plenary IX: Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCTs): Considerations of and for IRB review (Location: Livestreamed) Thursday, December 15, 2022, 10 AM - 11:30 AM. Read more