|Publication Date||August 2010|
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Top Reasons to read this Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment report
Master Recruiting and Retention: Avoid costly delays and keep trials on track – explore 16 recruitment activities by tracking who performs them and how useful and efficient they are. Break down data by phase to deploy different strategies depending on development stage.
Of course, recruiting patients is only half of the job. Discover inexpensive and simple strategies that make it easier for patients to stay engaged in trials, mitigating the effects of dropout.
Make Studies Attractive to Patients: Attracting patients requires an in-depth understanding of their needs. Learn both the tangible and emotional reasons why patients participate in trials. Use market research and patient demographics to bolster your advantage and take a more marketing-focused approach.
Deliver Site Support: Manage site and investigator expectations and strengthen site support through training to help increase patient enrollment.
Ensure adequate resources for patient recruitment: Our research finds that some companies do not plan ahead for patient recruitment — meaning that it only gets attention when problems arise. Use benchmarks to develop a recruitment process and structure that includes sufficient funding and strategic partnerships with CROs.
Key Questions this study answers about Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment
- What is the best way to accelerate patient enrollment?
- How do you make clinical studies more attractive to patients?
- How do you budget for a recruitment?
- What kind of site support should be delivered to ensure success?
- What are the benefits of hiring a patient recruitment specialist?