Being able to roll with the ever-changing tides of clinical research is crucial to staying afloat in this competitive industry. With that said, being open to branching out into new therapeutic areas is not only beneficial – it’s also necessary – to being a successful site.
A large number of sites underestimate the power of a CTMS System, and know little about the true benefit they can have for a research site. This webinar will address some common facts about CTMS systems as well as highlight new solutions CTMS providers are developing to make day to day operations easier for sites.
In this webinar will be discussing the barriers and solutions to rare disease patient recruitment and the important steps of understanding their experiences and the channels in which they can be reached.
In this webinar, we will cover an all-too-common woe among research sites: submitting lots of FQs only to receive minimal study awards. Where are these FQs going? Are they even getting in the appropriate decision-maker’s hands?
It’s no secret that the clinical research industry is competitive and, as a site, efficiently and accurately conducting clinical trials is a key component to success. In order for private practices, health systems, research facilities, and other sites to improve their clinical trial processes, it is important to focus on the business aspects of your research program.
Technology is forever humanizing, and the clinical industry must keep up or there’s risk for missed opportunities in recruiting patients. We must consider the ways patients get informed about their health and how we can meet them half way.
In today’s competitive clinical research landscape, research sites must use every advantage to stand out to sponsors and CROs as capable of taking on new studies. Joining a clinical research site network can be an effective means of building a site’s reputation as well as streamlining the complex clinical research process at the site level.
Some patients will seek as much information as they can about a study, but others will wait until the information is shown to them. Studies show people remember 80% of what they see, so why not show potential patients about your study or brand through video?
There are many reasons why a patient may or may not engage in their health; as health leaders we need to be conscious of these factors and tailor our messaging to meet patients where they are in their health decision making process.
Challenges with stigma in clinical research occur in many areas of the field, especially with CNS disorders. To ensure the future of cutting-edge research and finding cures for CNS disorders, the real work begins within the communities being served. Research professionals must begin to reach beyond their walls to engage the community at all levels…