Patient Recruitment and Enrollment in Clinical Trials [Infographic]

By Kristina Lopienski | Marketing Manager, Nimblify, Inc.
September 11th, 2014

Patient Recruitment and Enrollment in Clinical Trials Infographic - Clinical Research

Summary: Check out this infographic on patient recruitment and enrollment to see how people find out about clinical trials, why they choose to participate, and more.

Estimated reading time: 1 minutes

Have you ever had trouble enrolling patients for a study? If you answered “yes” then you’re not alone. Most trials end up having to double their original timelines to meet enrollment goals, and 48% of sites under-enroll study volunteers. These delays in drug development cost a lot of money, but when it comes to finding the right participants, patient recruitment is easier said than done.

Take a look at the infographic below to see how people find out about clinical trials, important factors in choosing to participate, top perceived benefits and risks, challenges associated with enrollment, and more.

Patient Recruitment Enrollment Clinical Trials Infographic

What are your biggest challenges recruiting and enrolling patients? Share your thoughts below.

For tips on enrollment planning, finding the right patients, and keys to retention, download the free eBook, “Patient Recruitment and Retention in Clinical Trials: Ten Strategies for Success.”

About the Author

Kristina is the Marketing Manager of Forte's subsidiary, Nimblify, Inc., a clinical trials technology company dedicated to creating industry-wide efficiencies by connecting stakeholders in clinical research. Previously, she worked as a Product Marketing Manager at Forte.

Website: Nimblify, Inc.

14 Responses to “Patient Recruitment and Enrollment in Clinical Trials [Infographic]”

  1. Lee Scheible says:

    Really neat infographic – please email more as you develop. Very informative in minimal pages/time

  2. Moorthy says:

    Interesting information, will it be possible to share the content in a presentable format?

  3. Simone says:

    Hi Kristina, very interesting and demonstrative! Am I allowed to use it in our newsletter for the investigators?
    Thanks
    Simone

  4. James says:

    Re:Infographic. It would make a great poster for promoting clinical trials at public forums. Can you covert it pdf at high enough resolution for poster size prints? (slides would be useful for our clinical staff and investigators). Many thanks and much Mahalo! (“Thank You” in Hawaiian)

  5. Panha says:

    Hi Kristina,

    This is a very interesting insight. May I know which markets/countries does this statistical data refer to?

    Thanks,
    Panha

  6. Nina says:

    Thanks for the info. would like to share with my Enrollment team.

  7. Tom Julian says:

    hi – have you ever done one like this for Oncology?

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