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Top 4 Barriers to Patient Participation in Clinical Trials

Identify solutions to common barriers that inhibit patient participation in clinical trials.

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Rethinking Engagement for More Repeat Trial Participants

Encouraging repeat trial participation through extended participant engagement and open communication.

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Websites for Clinical Research Sites: Where do I Start?

Squarespace is one of several easy-to-use website design platforms available to clinical research sites looking to redesign their website.

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Making Your Consent Forms Readable: The Why and the How

Join us for this webinar as Wendy Tate, Director of Data Analytics at Nimblify Inc. discusses HHS and FDA requirements regarding the content of an informed consent.

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Get Noticed: The Importance of Branding Clinical Trials

Ashley Eldridge of ClinEdge will present on clinical trial branding, including how to create study branding that is memorable and compelling to your target patients.

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Re-thinking the Patient Pre-screening Process

Beth Harper of Clinical Performance Partners explains how a more strategic approach to patient pre-screening can lead to greater efficiencies and improved protocol compliance.

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Learning Through Playing: A Video Game About Clinical Trials

Capturing and keeping the attention of kids can be difficult in this day and age. Game-based learning can be a successful method – even when applied to clinical trials.

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The Clinical Trial Participation Equation

Infographic illustrating the Clinical Trial Participation Equation, created by Beth Harper of Clinical Performance Partners.

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What Should be Included in the Informed Consent Form?

Ashley Smith shares what information should be included in the Informed Consent Form (ICF) to ensure clinical trial participants are fully informed.

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Is a Patient’s Last Impression More Important Than Their First?

The final interaction a clinical trial participant has with a study should leave a lasting impression, but too often these opportunities are missed.

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