Advances in digital technology and increasing competitive space have led to a steady exploration and increase in the number of trials that are focused on a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) strategy. The BYOD approach not only is a cost and resource-effective measure of data collection, but it also saves the need to source and provision devices. While this provides a very user-friendly avenue to conduct trials, the absence of formal guidance and various concerns associated with BYOD trials has led to the present body of work. This workstream has explored in depth the different segments that need to be considered while designing a BYOD trial. Join DiMe’s Journal Club for a discussion with the authors on September 15th at 11 am ET. Register now!