In this SCRS Talks podcast, Scott Gray, CEO, highlights statistics from an independent, IRB-approved survey of patients and caregivers regarding participation in clinical trials. Learn about the financial risks of patient dropouts and trial delays, plus practical strategies for making trial participation easier and encouraging patient retention.
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Featured on CenterWatch.com: Newly published results from a survey, conducted by the patient support service company Clincierge, found that 95 percent of the trial participants responded and 98 percent of their caregivers considered it essential to have a single point of contact to help them throughout a trial, especially when arranging travel plans.
Featured on ACRPnet.org: Looking for ways to increase participation in your clinical trials? First, stop calling participants “subjects,” says Scott Gray, CEO of Clincierge, whose organization just released a research report, “Voice of the Patient,” examining the patient experience in clinical trials of rare diseases. “They are volunteers, they are human beings,” Gray says.