Archive Version – listen to our free archived webinar to discuss how a growing number of sponsors, contract research organizations (CROs), and research centers are turning to Patient Advisory Board panels to solicit patient feedback on various clinical research-related areas – including the improvement of protocol design, study feasibility, recruitment and retention, and collecting a deeper understanding of patient perceptions and receptivity to current approaches, new practices, and technology solutions.
For several years, CISCRP has been organizing and facilitating patient advisory board panels with great success. CISCRP has a team in place to assist with all aspects of patient advisory board activity including board strategy development and planning; board member selection and engagement; board venue identification and development; discussion guide and board materials development; meeting(s) coordination and facilitation; and analysis, compilation, and dissemination of board suggestions and insights.
As an independent non-profit organization, CISCRP is uniquely positioned to assist companies and institutions in organizing and running their patient advisory board panels. CISCRP’s extensive relationships with patient advocacy groups, patient communities, and former study volunteers play a key role in ensuring the best board composition.
This webinar demonstrates how Patient Advisory Board panels are a vital approach to engaging study volunteers and enhancing their participation experience, and how CISCRP can work with your organization to facilitate a successful patient advisory board strategy.
Ken Getz is the Founder and Board Chair at CISCRP, as well as an associate professor at the Center for the Study of Drug Development, Tufts University School of Medicine where he studies R&D management and operating models, investigative site, outsourcing, and study volunteer trends and policies. A well-known speaker at conferences, symposia, universities, and corporations, Ken has published more than 200 articles and chapters in peer-review journals, books, and in the trade press.
Annick Anderson is the Director of Research Services at CISCRP. Annick oversees the implementation, management and data analysis of various research projects – including the CISCRP Patient Advisory Board panels. Annick has more than 15 years market research experience in the healthcare, life sciences, and consumer goods industries. She has conducted numerous primary and secondary research projects among clinical research professionals and patients.