Results from CISCRP’s 2023 Perception & Insights Study

CISCRP’s Perceptions & Insights Study routinely assesses global trends in attitudes, perceptions, and experiences associated with clinical research among patients and the public. The results from our latest 2023 study are in, with over 12,000 responses from around the world! We discuss the latest findings from this study during the webinar.

Featured Speakers

Annick de Bruin

Chief Research and Insights Officer, Research Services, CISCRP

Rebecca Nordland

Senior Project Manager, Research Services, CISCRP

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Emily Clifford

Senior Project Manager, Research Services, CISCRP

Jackie Zimmermann MS Advocate

Jackie Zimmerman

MS & IBD Patient Leader


Twyla Bode RN BSN MN

Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator

Highlights From the 2023 Study Include:

  • Public understanding of clinical research and perceptions of safety increased post-pandemic
  • Top mentions for increasing trust in pharma companies conducting trials:
    • By the company sharing information about the health risks and benefits of their medicines
    • Knowing that the company actively works with patients, caregivers, and patient communities to make clinical research studies easier to participate in
    • By the company sharing information in patient-friendly language that they can easily understand
  • About half were ‘very willing’ to go to a pharmacy for study visits, however those who were not willing were most concerned:
    • About the facilities (i.e., too public, lack of a private room/area)
    • That their privacy/confidentiality would not be protected, and
    • About the quality of care they would receive

Past Perceptions and Insights Study Reports