7 Clinical Trial Advertising Tips for Research Sites

A pharmaceutical company chose your site for a new trial, and your team is ready to start creating a clinical trial patient recruitment plan. Knowing that 80% of clinical trials are delayed because of recruitment problems, the process can be daunting. In addition to reaching out to patients in your site's database, chances are you'll also experiment with clinical trial advertising to meet your goals. These tips can help you position your site to meet its enrollment goals and give patients a positive experience, too, starting from when they share their interest in your trial.

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Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment Case Study: Alzheimer's Disease

Clinical trial patient recruitment can be difficult for Alzheimer's disease trials, particularly for prodromal Alzheimer's. Increasingly, sponsors are turning to Alzheimer's patient registries for help. Here, we'll share an Alzheimer's registry recruitment case study that demonstrates the need for community engagement and precision matching for these types of projects.

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5 Clinical Trial Project Management Courses to Consider

Clinical trial project management is an important part of keeping trials on track and on budget, but project managers aren't always given the resources they need to succeed. Some see project management as simply a soft skill, but it's actually a complex discipline that can benefit from formal training programs.

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Glimpsing a World Without Clinical Trials

While you’re at the pharmacy picking up a medication you’ve been prescribed, you might not be thinking about all of the research that went into making that treatment available to you. On average, it takes at least ten years for a new medicine to make it to market, and six to seven of those years involve clinical trials. It’s important to understand all that goes into developing drugs, so that you can understand what a critical role patients play in the drug development process.

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How Clinical Trial Patient Recruitment and Retention Work Together

Clinical trial patient recruitment and retention are two of the most challenging parts of a clinical trial. Up to 30% of patients drop out in the course of a trial, and up to 80% of trials are delayed because of recruitment issues. Of course, patients are free to leave a trial for any reason, but some factors can be prevented by focusing on patient centricity from the start.

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5 Common Clinical Trial Project Management Mistakes

Getting a new clinical trial off the ground and keeping it moving smoothly takes careful project management. Even the best-laid plans can hit snags from time to time, and knowing what to watch for – and when to ask for help – can help get your project back on track.

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How to Find Clinical Trials Near You

There are currently 276,066 research studies in all 50 states and in 203 countries that need volunteers to take part. Even with so many options, it can be difficult for interested patients to find opportunities they're interested in near them.

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7 Clinical Trial Recruitment and Retention Tips

Clinical trial recruitment and retention can work hand in hand to give patients the information they need to take part in a clinical trial. When 85% of clinical trials fail to recruit enough patients, and 30% of patients drop out of clinical trials, it's important to create a strategy that introduces your trial to patients with clarity and engagement.

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BIO Recap: Bridging the Gap Between Industry and Advocacy

BIO International Conference happened earlier this month in Boston. Antidote was there among more than 45,000 attendees to network, share ideas, learn new technologies, and be inspired. It’s a conference that fosters collaboration between top industry players and advocacy organizations alike, on a massive scale.

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How to Use Google Ad Grants for Nonprofits [Webinar]

Through its Google Ad Grants program, Google for Nonprofits offers qualifying, registered nonprofit organizations $10,000 to use on Google AdWords. It's a great way for nonprofits to drive traffic to their sites, raise awareness of their cause, and get supporters involved in volunteer opportunities. But for those without digital marketing experience, it can be challenging to get started – and stick to Google's strict rules.

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