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9th Annual Clinical Trial Innovation Summit

Sponsored by Cambridge Healthtech Institute

 

What We Can Learn From a Candid Conversation with a Clinical Trial Participant

This unique session will feature Bonnie A. Brescia and her father Richard Brescia, a head and neck cancer survivor and three-time clinical trial participant. This personal exchange will provide first-hand insight into the clinical trial experience, including the decision to enroll, the impact on family members and loved ones, and whether the experience met expectations.

The session will provide attendees with insight into the clinical trial patient experience that can be leveraged for enrollment and engagement success.

SCOPE - Summit For Clinical Ops Executives

 

BBK Worldwide will be bringing its patient recruitment and engagement expertise back to SCOPE for the 11th year in a row. 

Join us for our keynote presentation on day one of the conference, or stop by our booth to engage with our experts.

Please check back for more details.

WEBINAR Do Clinical Trial Patient Engagement Apps Live Up to their Promise?

Improved outcomes. Medication adherence. Meaningful engagement. These are just some of the promises of patient engagement apps marketed as groundbreaking and innovative. But do they live up to the hype? This webinar will tackle the belief that new mobile apps always provide an improved and more engaged patient experience. 

Hosted by Cambridge Healthtech Institute, the webinar will provide an exclusive first-hand look at the findings from BBK’s Study Voices, Volume 3 survey which examines patient, physician, and study sponsor attitudes towards patient engagement apps. It will shed light on the ongoing debate of whether technology or content is more important for engagement, and it will provide guidance on where to invest for maximum benefit.

Data presented will empower clinical trial sponsors with insight to help them evaluate new apps and determine the best strategic approach for clinical trial engagement success.

Register

 

DPharm: Disruptive Innovations

 

Join our Presentation Tuesday September 17 @ 11:45 a.m. (Track B: Innovative Source & Solutions)

Matt Kibby and Aaron Fleishman will share how we are leveraging survey data from our Study Voices initiative to improve the patient experience.

Visit our Booth - #8

We'll be showcasing our best-in-class products and technology innovations, and our experts will be on-hand to answer all your questions.

The 9th annual DPharm program covers the full spectrum of clinical research, including virtual trials, digital applications, real-world data, big data management, AI applications, MAPs, EHR eSource operations, and patient-centric strategies.

Drug Information Association (DIA) Annual Meeting

BBK Worldwide returns to the DIA Global Annual Meeting for its 19th straight year! Stop by and visit us at booth #1440, or join us at one of the following sessions. 

The Female Perspective on the Clinical Trial Patient Experience

- Track 15: A DIA Engage & Exchange Workshop

  • Bonnie A. Brescia, Founding Principal, Corporate Development Officer
  • Monday, June 24 at 10:10 a.m.

Myth, Urban Legend, and an Element of Truth: Unwrapping Innovation in Enrollment, Recruitment, and Retention

- Track 2: Clinical Trials and Clinical Operations

  • Matt Kibby, Principal, President
  • Monday, June 24 at 11:00 a.m.

Bonnie and Matt will be available at our booth following their sessions.

The DIA Global Annual Meeting is the largest event in the life sciences industry, hosting thousands of professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device communities from more than 50 countries around the globe.

WEBINAR Getting Personal: What We Can Learn from a Candid Conversation with a Clinical Trial Participant

Hosted by Cambridge Healthtech Institute, this webinar goes to the heart of the clinical trial patient experience with a one-on-one conversation between BBK Worldwide President Matt Kibby and three-time study participant Richard Brescia. The discussion will provide first-hand insight into the clinical trial patient experience – both positive and negative – that can be leveraged by study sponsors for effective engagement and enrollment success.

Richard, a head and neck cancer survivor, will provide a unique view into the personal and emotional journey of a study participant. He will discuss his decision to participate, the impact of caregiver support, appointment compliance, and much more. He’ll also compare and contrast his experiences across multiple studies. With extensive industry expertise, Matt will offer insights for enhancing the patient experience.

This webinar is relevant for all audiences, including clinical trial sponsors, CROs, and study site staff.

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