Clincierge Industry Partnerships: Connections Driving Innovation
Strengthening Relationships Through Partnerships
Industry partnerships enhance the flow of communication between clinical trial stakeholders and increase connection to crucial resources.
As we strive daily for improved access to and diversity within clinical research, working together strengthens our community and allows us to reach a broader audience. Clincierge has recently partnered with the organizations below.
The Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation’s (CISCRP) core mission is to provide accessible, relevant, useful, high-quality educational resources, programs, and services to:
- Increase awareness and understanding of the clinical research process
- Recognize and appreciate the unprecedented gift of participation in clinical trials
- Enhance and enrich the participation experience for patients and their families
- Promote engagement and partnership between clinical research professionals, patients, and the public
View the Spring 2023 Patient Diversity Campaign.
Clinical Trials For All is a nonprofit educational initiative designed to inform the public about clinical research with the goal of making patient participation diverse, equitable, and widespread.
Women’s Cancer Research Network (WCRN) adjoins with Cooperative Gynecologic Oncology Investigators (COGI) to bring cutting-edge clinical trial enrollment opportunities to underserved communities and local clinics.
Our mission at COGI-WCRN is to help bring new and innovative clinical trials to women with breast and gynecological cancers in partnership with sponsor companies and clinics to help end cancer.
Greater Gift is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 2010 to increase clinical research awareness, build trust through the celebration and expression of gratitude for everyone involved in clinical research, and pay forward the gift of health created by the participants and all contributors to clinical research. Over 160,000 clinical trial participants and contributors are recognized for their contributions to clinical research and world health.
Dedicated to expressing gratitude and paying it forward, we help children in need of vaccines and support those facing food insecurities.
Additionally, we empower minority students by funding, through donations, a scholarship program, fostering a diverse workforce for the future of clinical research, and providing students an opportunity to pursue their dreams.
Karen’s Club connects cancer patients of color with life-saving treatments. People of color continue to experience medical bias and lack of access to quality healthcare.
Karen’s Club is uniquely tackling the distrust and information barriers to make a meaningful impact and be a valuable resource to the community.
The National PKU Alliance (NPKUA) is a collaboration of PKU community members joining together as a national voice and supporting local efforts to raise PKU awareness and drive advocacy and education while ultimately looking for a cure.
The National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) advances practical, meaningful, and enduring change so people with rare diseases can live their fullest and best lives. For 40 years, we have worked every day to elevate care, advance research, and drive policy in a purposeful and holistic manner to lift up the rare disease community.
View the Rare Disease Day Website.
Rare Patient Voice(RPV) connects patients and family caregivers of rare and non-rare diseases with opportunities to share their opinions with companies and researchers by participating in all types of research studies. These include surveys and phone interviews, online bulletin boards, focus groups, clinical trials, and more.
While RPV began with a focus on rare diseases, we now welcome patients and family caregivers living with all medical conditions. We currently cover over 1,400 rare and non-rare diseases and conditions.
SiteBridge Research is a research organization connecting physicians with clinical trial opportunities, so they can offer those opportunities as a healthcare option to their patients. We aim to improve community health outcomes, especially those of racial/ethnic minorities and underrepresented populations, through clinical trial participation.
Bridging the Gap in Clinical Trials Arts Contest 2023 – Social Media Champion
- Beginning June 15, adults ages 18 and older can submit entries to the contest’s four categories – visual arts, music, photography, and dance, with awards ranging from $500-$2,000.
- Those interested in participating must adhere to one of four different themes: personal experience, improved health outcomes, impact on family, friends, or community, and access to medicine.
Strategic partnerships between clinical trial stakeholders are a win-win situation: individual companies receive additional visibility while working together to solve the inherent issues within their industry.
In these mutually-beneficial agreements, each stakeholder has an active interest in the other and strives to reach collaborative success. Additionally, future industry partnerships will lead to a systematic approach that could revolutionize our industry in the years to come.
If your organization is within the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry and works each day to improve the lives of clinical trial patients, you could be an ideal partner for Clincierge!
Organizations include, but are not limited to:
- Non-profit organizations
- Patient advocacy groups
- Rare disease advocacy groups
- And many more!