CISCPR 2017 Perceptions & Insights Study – Public & Patient Perceptions of Clinical Research

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Stakeholders in the clinical research enterprise have exhibited a strong commitment to
improving study volunteer experiences and have implemented a variety of patent-centric
initatves to achieve this goal. These initatves have ranged from incorporatng the patent
voice in the study design process, integratng various technologies such as eConsent and
wearables, home clinic visits, and providing study result summaries. To what extent have these
initatves impacted the clinical trial experience? What aspects mater the most to study
volunteers? How did they view the Informed Consent process? Patents and the public from
around the world provide answers to these important questons and more in this latest survey.
In this report, CISCRP explores various aspects of the clinical research partcipaton experience
and highlights new opportunites to enhance this experience and achieve higher levels of study
volunteer engagement.
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Stakeholders in the clinical research enterprise have exhibited a strong commitment to

improving study volunteer experiences and have implemented a variety of patent-centric

initatves to achieve this goal. These initatves have ranged from incorporatng the patent

voice in the study design process, integratng various technologies such as eConsent and

wearables, home clinic visits, and providing study result summaries. To what extent have these

initatves impacted the clinical trial experience? What aspects mater the most to study

volunteers? How did they view the Informed Consent process? Patents and the public from

around the world provide answers to these important questons and more in this latest survey.

In this report, CISCRP explores various aspects of the clinical research partcipaton experience

and highlights new opportunites to enhance this experience and achieve higher levels of study

volunteer engagement.