CISCRP implements large-scale educational media campaigns throughout the year to build clinical trial awareness within patient communities and among the general public. These campaigns deliver important information to readers with a focus on improving public perception of the clinical research industry, reinforcing trust, communicating the benefits of participation, and bridging communication and knowledge gaps between healthcare entities, patients, and the general population. To participate as a sponsor in an upcoming media campaign by contributing an article, advertisement, or logo, please contact Katherine Marriott at KMarriott@ciscrp.org.
A campaign focusing on raising clinical research awareness and literacy about clinical trials among the general public and patient communities. CISCRP features an advertisement to recognize and thank ‘Medical Heroes’, or study volunteers,
for their contribution to public health.
A campaign focusing on spreading awareness of clinical research and sharing educational resources with underserved minority communities. With this campaign, we highlight the importance of diversity among clinical study participants in order to discover effective treatments for all.
Imparting valuable health education to millions of people throughout the U.S. and now globally, CISCRP has built a reputation as a credible resource for information and news about clinical research. CISCRP’s portfolio of media campaigns includes a supplement in the USA Today newspaper, and a patient diversity campaign featured across a collection of minority-facing publications. Both campaigns strive to
address different unmet needs among patient and public populations that have been recognized through our research here at CISCRP.
To participate as a sponsor in an upcoming media campaign by contributing an article, advertisement, or logo, please contact Katherine Marriott at email@example.com. We hope that you will join us in our mission to educate members of the public about clinical research and improve healthcare for all.