Increasingly, the design of clinical trials is shifting from traditional methods to more pragmatic and adaptive styles to incentivise participation in clinical trials

Patient-Centered Clinical Trials Explained

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Increasingly, the design of clinical trials is shifting from traditional methods to more pragmatic and adaptive styles to incentivise participation in clinical trials

A paper by Dr.Daniel Mullins and colleagues, published in the Elsevier journal ‘Value in Health,’ has highlighted the growing change in the way clinical trial’s are designed to be more patient-centered.

When the clinical trial experience fall’s short of a participant’s expectations, they may become unsure of their continued involvement in the trial. With a more patient-centered approach to trials, participants will be more likely to continue to participate in trials. The chart on the next page illustrates how to promote patient recruitment.

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