New Patient Engagement Insights from the 2019 CISCRP Perceptions & Insights Study

CISCRP hosted a webinar on October 29, 2019 to share the results of the latest 2019 Perceptions & Insights Study. Over 12,450 people (including 3,600 prior study volunteers) from around the world provided their opinions on clinical research. This latest study reveals significant new insights on patient engagement preferences in particular – such as preferences for learning about clinical trials and services which reduce burden the most, the impact of physician recommendations and involvement in clinical trials, and receptivity to emerging models of clinical trials and new technologies.  Critical differences in sentiments by region, race/ethnicity and other demographic variables will also be explored, along with trends and comparisons to prior studies.  

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Topics Discussed:

  • How perceptions of clinical research have changed over the years 
  • Preferred patient engagement initiatives
  • Ways to improve clinical research experiences 

Key Takeaways:

  • Continued acknowledgment of the importance of clinical research, but awareness and trust less among those that have never participated  
  • Healthcare provider recommendations continue to be critical to increasing participation in trials 
  • No one size fits all when it comes to various clinical trial models (traditional vs de-centralized) 
  • Study summary and individual results most wanted post-participation
  • Electronic consent forms viewed as easier to understand compared to paper

Speakers:

  • Ken Getz, Founder and Board Chair at CISCRP and Deputy Director and Professor at Tufts CSDD Tufts University School of Medicine
  • Annick Anderson, Director of Research Services at CISCRP
  • Jasmine Benger, Senior Project Manager of Research Services at CISCRP

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