Why You Need Patient Travel in 2017
Date: Oct 26, 2016 12:00 PM EST
There are many barriers to patient retention and retention in a clinical trial, one being travel that may be required for patients. Travel to and from a study site can be burdensome to the patient, and for sites and sponsors that take on the responsibility of managing this travel, the time and energy involved may become too much.
During this presentation, Nicole Stratton of ClinEdge Engage will discuss how a travel program can benefit your clinical trial by removing the burden off the sponsor and study sites; as well as review how a travel program is regulated so that IRBs and ECs approve.
This webinar will explore:
- The process of travel coordination and how it removes the burden on sites and sponsors
- Technology that is in place for efficient travel bookings and reimbursements
- Regulatory and ethical guidelines put in place for IRB and EC approvals
Nicole StrattonProject Manager, ClinEdge
Project Manager, ClinEdge Nicole is a Project Manager at ClinEdge where she oversees the ClinEdge Engage Travel Program. She leads travel projects aimed at increasing patient enrollment and retention and works to develop leading technologies to help improve organization and efficiency within the patient travel space.