In this webinar, get insights from two experienced practitioners in digital health and decentralized trials across a range of therapeutic areas
07 April 2022
The design of a clinical trial is a demanding multidisciplinary undertaking. Most people are quick to ask their colleagues in statistics, pharmacology, and clinical medicine to make sure a study is sound. But as a field, is there a missed opportunity to engage with those who have the most to offer? What about patients who could potentially participate in a trial? In this webinar, guest speakers explore how participant input can be valuable for the optimization and design of clinical trials.
Increasingly, we hear that regulators, HTAs, and journal publishers are calling for increased patient engagement before, during, and after a trial ends. But how does it work in practice? In this webinar, get insights from two experienced practitioners in digital health and decentralized trials across a range of therapeutic areas. Attendees will learn about the latest regulatory thinking in the field and get tips for putting patient engagement into practice. Participants will also have the opportunity to ask questions.
Join this webinar to learn how to better use participant information before, during, and after a study to generate better evidence and ensure better trial success.
For more information or to register for this event, visit Let the Patients Guide You: Optimizing and Designing Clinical Trials with Participant Input.
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