5 solutions to clinical trial sponsor problems [infographic]

When performing medical research, clinical trial patient recruitment is frequently cited as the biggest obstacle to getting studies underway. In fact, 80% of studies fail to meet their patient recruitment goals within their targeted timeframe. Implementing the right clinical trial recruitment strategies is a must for advancing the field of medical research, but how can the sponsors of clinical ...

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This Clinical Trials Day, Share Why You Support Medical Research

Happy Clinical Trials Day! Here at Antidote, today is an opportunity to talk about why medical research matters – and to celebrate the volunteers who make it possible.

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Talk of the Towne podcast episode 04: Allergy & Asthma Network

Antidote’s podcast, Talk of the Towne, focuses on the ultimate sweet spot: that special place where science and patients converge. Our host, Rich Towne, was trained in pharmacy and currently works in Clinical Informatics at Antidote. In each episode, Rich welcomes a new guest from an organization with which Antidote is working, and takes an in-depth look at particular therapeutic areas, zeroing ...

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Why clinical trial site support matters: A Q&A with Lauren Schill

Antidote and other digital vendors work closely with clinical trial sites to ensure patient enrollment runs smoothly. Among the recruitment solutions we offer to sponsors is site follow-up services. We sat down with Lauren Schill, Senior Manager, Clinical Site Operations, to get her take on why site follow-up is a key component of clinical trial recruitment. Lauren shares what she likes most ...

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Antidote’s ESG initiative: Building a culture of environmental sustainability

ESG, short for “Environmental, Social, and Governance,” is a set of standards for a company’s operations that socially conscious investors use to screen potential investments. This year, Antidote is tackling the environmental piece of ESG head-on.

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7 clinical trial advertising do's and don'ts

Is it possible to be creative in clinical trial advertising while following FDA guidelines, social media ad rules, and additional IRB constraints? You can create compelling ads without breaking the rules if you take the time to strategize.

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A conversation with BrightFocus Foundation about their new live-streaming talk show

We’re excited to share new ways that partners in our network are moving the research and advocacy fronts forward. BrightFocus Foundation funds exceptional scientific research worldwide to defeat Alzheimer’s disease, macular degeneration, and glaucoma. They recently started a live-streaming talk show, Brain Info Live, as part of their mission to provide expert information on Alzheimer’s disease ...

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How Antidote’s Contact Center gets to the heart of patient-centricity: A Q&A with Andy Schulz

Two of the most critical components of any clinical trial recruitment campaign are patient-centricity and trust. Antidote has a robust Contact Center with personable and knowledgeable agents that walk patients through the prescreening process and answer any questions along the way. We spoke with our Contact Center Operations Manager, Andy Schulz, about why he joined the team, what his team’s ...

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Three tips for people who want to participate in a clinical trial

Clinical trials can’t move forward without volunteers. But, the barrier to entry for clinical trials can be inordinately high, starting with public information like a study page or a listing in a database. We share three tips for people who want to participate in a clinical trial, such as having your medical history handy, using a clinical trial search tool, and creating a list of questions to ...

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Three key ways to drive diversity in clinical trials

People of color are largely unrepresented in clinical research studies. However, many factors, including biological sex, disabilities, chronic comorbidities, geographical location, gender identity, race, and ethnic background, can influence how an individual may react to certain drugs, medical devices, and treatment plans. We share three key ways to drive diversity in clinical trials, so that ...

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