Nancy Ryerson

The Latest in Clinical Trial Recruitment: Lab-Validated Referrals

Clinical trials are increasing in complexity as the volume of available patient data grows. Today, trials may seek out patients with specific genetic mutations or lab values from a blood test. And while the science behind these requirements may be sound, detailed requirements make clinical trial patient recruitment even more difficult for trial sponsors. Read more

5 Common Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment Challenges (And Solutions)

A lot can go wrong in clinical trial patient recruitment, leading to delays for up to 80% of all clinical trials. From underperforming sites to unresponsive patient referrals, there are solutions to the most common patient recruitment challenges that can help accelerate your trial and ultimately beat your deadlines. Try these approaches if recruitment problems are putting the success of your ... Read more

How to Save Time on Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment

More than 80% of clinical trials don't reach their recruitment deadlines, and 16% close early due to recruitment issues. Accelerating patient recruitment can allow your trial to beat deadlines and bring your treatment to market faster. Read more

5 Benefits of Digital Advertising for Clinical Trial Recruitment

For drug sponsors and clinical research sites, it can feel risky to try a new approach to patient recruitment when traditional methods have proved challenging. But rather than increasing risk, digital advertising for clinical trial recruitment can help accelerate enrollment and reduce the risk of extended timelines and unmet goals. Read more

How to Improve Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment in 2019

There's a lot that can go wrong in clinical trial patient recruitment. You may start out with unresponsive patient leads from a site database or recruitment company with low quality referrals. Before you know it, your research sites aren't reaching recruitment goals. Read more

Clinical Trial Participation Survey: What We Learned from 4,000 Patients

When we understand why patients take part in research, we can make clinical trial recruitment – and every clinical research step – more effective and engaging. That's why we teamed up with Scorr Marketing and our some of our partners to survey 4,000 patients about their attitudes toward clinical research. Read more

How Does Clinical Trial Recruitment Software Work?

Clinical trial patient recruitment software can help trial sponsors and research sites connect with patients for clinical trials and track their enrollment into a study. Because clinical trial recruitment software is a relatively new piece of clinical trial technology, research sites and drug sponsors can take advantage of tech-savvy features that make it easier than ever to connect with patients ... Read more

What’s Next for Lung Cancer Research?

A lot has changed since the Lung Cancer Foundation of America was founded around 10 years ago by two lung cancer survivors and a lung cancer widow. Today, the LCFA funds some of the most innovative research projects in the space, like the role of the microbiome in immunotherapy. Read more

5 Clinical Trial Advertising Services to Boost Recruitment

Clinical trial recruitment companies offer a range of advertising services that can help speed up enrollment for your trial. While some trial sponsors, research sites, and CROs opt for full-service offerings from recruitment agencies, you may also choose support for a particular element of your campaign. For example, a research site or CRO may have one team create ad copy but need support with ... Read more

Do Clinical Trials Pay for Travel?

Clinical trials can't move forward without volunteers – but sometimes, clinical trial volunteers have trouble getting to the trials. In one survey, 23% of patients named distance as the top reason they weren't interested in joining a clinical trial. Compensation for travel or other patient travel services can help make it easier for patients to take part in research. Read more