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Survey Reveals Site Perspectives on Clinical Trial Services

Posted by Elizabeth Gargill on Tue, Dec 1, 2020

What do doctors and nurses think about solutions designed to make clinical trials easier to conduct? Are they helpful? Do they alleviate burdens? And which ones do they prefer?

In this special Pharma15 Live! segment, BBK Worldwide industry experts Matt Kibby and Aaron Fleishman discuss recent Study Voices survey results that shed light on this topic. They examine doctor and nurse perspectives on services designed to provide support in conducting clinical trials — including services for virtual, hybrid, and decentralized clinical trials.

“We were looking at whether or not doctors and nurses at sites that were conducting clinical trials would appreciate different types of services that assist with their ability to conduct them."

-Matt Kibby, Principal, President, BBK Worldwide

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Topics: Clinical Trials, Pharma15 Live!, Most Viewed, Study Voices, COVID-19, Matt Kibby, Aaron Fleishman, Decentralized Trials, Study Voices 2020, Hybrid Trials

Clinical Trial Innovation: More Important Now Than Ever

Posted by Elizabeth Gargill on Thu, Nov 19, 2020

 

Clinical Trial Innovation: More Important Now Than Ever

A new survey gives voice to the healthcare consumer in the wake of COVID-19 and highlights the importance of innovation in clinical trial patient enrollment and engagement.

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New data provides clinical trial sponsors with the information they need to confidently embrace innovative solutions in response to COVID-19. The Study Voices 2020* survey reflects perspectives from patients, medical professionals, and members of the pharmaceutical industry. The findings reveal shifts in attitudes and behaviors since the onset of COVID-19 – insight that clinical trial sponsors can leverage for enrollment and engagement efforts, including for hybrid and virtual study models.

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Topics: Patient Engagement, Patient Experience, Healthcare Consumer, COVID-19, International Clinical Trials, Patient Voice, Telehealth, Elizabeth Gargill, Study Voices 2020, Surveys, Site Voice, Publications