5 Simple Ways to Improve Clinical Trial Recruitment

There is a lot of information available on how to set up a clinical trial protocol, how to recruit or find patients for a clinical trial, or even how to conduct the trial once patients are enrolled. However, advice on how to guide patients from the point when they raise their hands as interested in a study to the point of consent and enrollment, improving clinical trial recruitment, is few and far between.

This process in the recruitment funnel is crucial, yet often overlooked, and fuels the challenge of timely recruitment for studies.

Health Union often partners with study sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs) to supplement clinical trial recruitment efforts. Organizations put a lot of time and effort into planning and managing a study; taking time to attend to these five details will help to ensure interested patients stay engaged for timely and improved clinical trial recruitment.

Read Health Union’s five simple suggestions for CROs.