Insufficient recruitment and high dropout rates have led the industry to seek out new ways to conduct clinical trials, ways that work better for the patients.
Patient co-creation in clinical research means a shift from thinking about the patient to thinking with the patient. Co-creation helps ensure that a clinical study is designed in a way that addresses patients' needs that, historically, have not been met with older study design processes. Co-creation also serves to reduce barriers to participation. There are many such barriers that keep otherwise eligible and motivated patients from participating in research.
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- How patient voice is gathered
- Keys to optimizing technology in co-created trials
- Ways that patient feedback is gathered
Written by co-authors Fabio Gratton, Chief Experience Officer, THREAD, and Mischa Szpirt, User Insight Lead, LEO Pharma