CISCRP has an extensive library of educational materials and tools that help patients, their families and the general public learn about clinical research and what it means to be an informed study volunteer. We offer many of these materials free of charge to the public and patients in our Education Center.
We also offer options for Research Professionals and Sponsors to license and co-brand our award-winning materials. Contact Katherine Marriott at email@example.com for more information or to request a custom proposal.
CISCRP is pleased to offer various options to license our award-winning educational clinical research content. Our materials are used by research centers, sites, academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, health care professionals, and advocacy groups to provide information and education about clinical research and clinical trial participation. Benefits of licensing CISCRP’s content:
- You don’t need to “re-invent the wheel” – we have brochures, flyers, FAQs, patient stories, videos, books, interactive pages, and more
- All of our materials are reviewed and approved by Editorial Panels, which consist of patients, scientists, research professionals, advocates, and other experts.
- Most of our materials are written at a 6th-8th grade reading level and in lay language to ensure that the content is easy to comprehend.
- You will be able to share and post items directly to your own website, social media channels, emails, and can distribute items directly to your patients and their families.
- CISCRP is a non-profit, neutral organization so our materials are never promotional or biased.
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The National Clinical Trial Outreach and Awareness Initiative
The National Clinical Trial Outreach and Awareness Initiative is part of CISCRP’s larger Medical Heroes Campaign, launched to re-brand how the public thinks about clinical research and those who volunteer for clinical trials. Part of this campaign is to recognize clinical trial volunteers, or “Medical Heroes”, for their gift of participation through radio, TV, and print advertisements in national publications like USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. CISCRP will routinely and frequently implement this initiative in various mass media outlets throughout the year to drive public awareness and literacy about clinical research.
Imparting valuable health education to millions of people throughout the US and now globally, CISCRP has built a reputation as a credible resource for information and news about clinical research, and our Medical Heroes program has become a tool to help create additional awareness about clinical trial participation.
The National Clinical Trial Outreach and Awareness Initiative is an important tool for reaching the public, on a national scale, through both print and digital media.