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Publishing Your Clinical Trial Research in a Timely Manner

Publishing Your Clinical Trial Research in a Timely Manner

What happens after a clinical trial wraps up? Trials in the United States are, by law, required to submit their FDA-approved medical research results to the database ClinicalTrials.gov. The database, operating since 2008, is a dumping ground of raw data and serves as...

Introducing Your Clinical Trial to the Newly Diagnosed

    Patient recruitment for clinical trials relies heavily on the mindset of those being sought out. To give your trial the best shot at succeeding, it is crucial to try to understand the situation from the point of view of each patient demographic....

Designing Your Clinical Trial Website for Patient Recruitment

    Does your clinical trial website intrigue potential patients and spark an interest in participation? Or does it drive them away and have them looking for other treatment options elsewhere? Your trial’s website is your public representation and should be...

Patient Recruitment for Clinical Trials #6: Analysis

    In our Patient Recruitment for Clinical Trials series, we take a look at the steps and process of executing a successful patient outreach initiative. – One of the biggest mistakes that can be made in patient recruitment is not tracking the results...