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Webinar: Comparison Studies & Claims Substantiation Testing Where Standards Are Insufficient

Are you tired of navigating the murky waters of Comparison Studies and Claims Substantiation Testing without clear standards to guide you?

by | Mar 19, 2024

Comparison Studies and Claims Substantiation Testing are categories of testing that typically are not sufficiently covered by standards to develop needed comparisons or claim substantiation. This includes verifying or refuting claims, or other data, on a label.

This presentation will outline comparison and claim types, including a review of what is likely to be a medical claim. Non-medical claims will then be discussed, along with strategies to address such claims, as well as comparisons that may or may not be claims-oriented. These characterization and testing strategies are intended to help develop data that is sufficient for a broad range of uses by the client including litigation and legal support.

Learning objectives:

  1. Determine the difference between medical versus non-medical claims
  2. Differentiate between claim types
  3. Learn about standardized testing versus scientific testing based on representative use case(s)
  4. Discover efficient strategies for testing, including breadth and scale
  5. Develop data respective to claim goals

Date: Available On Demand

Author

  • Trevor Henderson

    Trevor Henderson BSc (HK), MSc, PhD (c), is the Creative Services Director for the Laboratory Products Group at LabX Media Group. He has more than three decades of experience in the fields of scientific and technical writing, editing, and creative content creation. With academic training in the areas of human biology, physical anthropology, and community health, he has a broad skill set of both laboratory and analytical skills. Since 2013, he has been working with LabX Media Group developing content solutions that engage and inform scientists and laboratorians.

    View all posts Director, Creative Services - LabX Media Group

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