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

In Advocacy, Clinical Development by Cecile

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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