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Patient Recruitment and Retention

Patient Engagement in Alzheimer's and Mild Cognitive Impairment Clinical Trials

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  • 02 Aug

Considering the large number of individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease (AD) or Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), you might expect fast enrollment into clinical trials. The reality is quite different. Sponsors of clinical trials face several obstacles: 1) Patients are underdiagnosed. 2) Patients have a limited knowledge of clinical trials and some misconceptions. 3) AD/MCI clinical trials are complex, prohibiting participation.

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The Vaccine Trial Obstacle Course

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  • 27 Jun

Six Challenges to Recruiting Among the Senior Citizen Population

Recruiting patients for any clinical trial involves some bumps in the road. But recruiting among the senior citizen population for a vaccine-related clinical trial can be a veritable obstacle course. Here are six of the challenging elements you will have to overcome.

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Recruiting Senior Citizens for Vaccine Trials Requires Circle of Trust

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  • 15 Jun

Senior citizens tend to have less-than-optimal vaccination rates – even for proven vaccines that bring significant health benefits. Unsurprisingly, then, they are hesitant to engage in vaccine-related clinical trials to test new medications. The way to remove this hesitancy is to engage senior citizens by building a circle of trust: a circle that has as its center the education of both the site staff and potential patients.

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Elizabeth Thiele

Patient Recruitment and Retention for Healthier Studies

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  • 18 Aug

Finding patients to participate in clinical trials and keeping them engaged for the duration are two of the greatest challenges in the clinical development process. Yet, as our President and CEO John Hubbard sees it, "Every major challenge is also an opportunity to improve the clinical development process." To overcome such hurdles, we as an industry must become more efficient in conducting clinical trials while simultaneously keeping a keen focus on the patient.

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