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Health Equity and DEI: Are They Synonymous?

The Five-Percent Rule: Strategies to Increase Clinical Trial Participation Rates

A recent article by Applied Clinical Trials references a widely-held statistic that as few as 5% of eligible patients have participated in a clinical trial related to their disease. While some within the pharmaceutical industry debate the validity of this figure, all agree the low level of participation is concerning for all clinical research stakeholders.

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Autism Acceptance Month 2022 Shift from Autism Awareness to Acceptance

Autism Month 2023: Shifting from Autism Awareness to Acceptance

The history of Autism Awareness Month dates back more than 50 years to April 1970, when the Autism Society of America (ASA) first observed this month-long celebration. In 2021, the organization changed the name of the observance to Autism Acceptance Month to focus on accepting all individuals with this disorder. “While we will always work

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Month of the Military Child: Celebrating the Unique Needs of Military Children Each April

Month of the Military Child: Celebrating the Unique Needs of Military Children

History of Month of the Military Child Former United States Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger established the Month of the Military Child in 1986. In America, the month of April recognizes the many sacrifices made and challenges faced by children who are part of a family where at least one parent is a military member.

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2023 Rare Disease Day: Getting Involved to Support the Rare Disease Community

2023 Rare Disease Day: Getting Involved to Support the Rare Disease Community

Each February, the rare disease community celebrates Rare Disease Month. Started in 2008 by the European Organization for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS), the event brings together rare disease patients, caregivers, and advocacy organizations across the globe to advance awareness and increase research opportunities. The Rare Disease Month celebration culminates in Rare Disease Day, held annually on the “rarest day” of the year.

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ESG Ratings FAQs: The Process, Rating Levels, and Reason Why They Matter

ESG Rating FAQs: The Process, Rating Levels, and Reasons Why They Matter

EcoVadis, the leading global supply chain environmental, ethical, and social performance ratings platform, recently awarded Clincierge a Bronze rating. This score places Clincierge in the top 50% of all companies evaluated by EcoVadis. Clincierge Earns Bronze Sustainability Rating from EcoVadis Clincierge was recognized for the following in this inaugural business review: Commitment to employee diversity

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Hiring our Heroes

Hiring Our Heroes Fellowship Program

Clincierge is proud to work with the Hiring Our Heroes (HOH) organization. Founded in 2011, HOH connects United States military service personnel, veterans, spouses, and caregivers to employers across the country. What is the Hiring Our Heroes Program? Highly skilled individuals are paired with civilian employers searching for candidates with specific skill sets through the

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Patient Concierge Services: Providing 1:1 Support to Clinical Trial Participants

Most people understand the responsibilities of a hotel concierge. This person assists guests with navigating the new city they are visiting and books reservations for area tours, restaurants, and entertainment options. They are willing to assist with any request, no matter how large or small. However, many do not understand the role of a patient

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