The Cost of Clinical Trial Delays Due to Slow Patient Recruitment

An article published in 2015 by Ken Getz, Associate Professor at the Tufts University, and a director at the Tufts Center for the study of Drug Development, shows the statistics of average delays (per indications) in patient recruitment for clinical trials. Although not surprising, the results indicate a big difference between the planned period for […]

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3 known secrets about online recruitment

Good recruitment is one of the key elements that will directly affect the clinical trial success.
And yet, although so important, it is still customized to leave recruitment at the hand of the sites and rely on their good will and performance.

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What everyone miss in site selection

It is all about cooperation.
Even the best equipped site, will not deliver if there are no patients participating in the study.
And even the best caring investigator, do not have the time to search for patients.
Once a decision is made to help sites to recruit, all is needed is the site’s good will to work for your study and cooperate with your campaign – whatever media is used: Network/Broadcast TV, Cable TV, Radio, Newspapers, Magazines, street/bus advertising, or digital.

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