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  • Clinical Trial Educators

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  • Quintiles Clinical Trial

    Patient enrollment and retention are key drivers of successful study start up. That’s where clinical trial educators can help.

    Quintiles pioneered the role of clinical trial educators to help studies move faster by providing educational support to sites at initiation and throughout the trial. Our clinical trial educators accelerate patient enrollment, improve patient retention and train site staff.

    Clinical trial educators are especially effective for studies featuring:

    • Complex or nontraditional patient pathways (i.e., initial point of care may not be the principal investigator)
    • Compressed timelines for diagnoses and enrollment 
    • Complex protocols requiring intense initial education and ongoing reinforcement 
    • Required training for drug administration and testing for site staff or patients 
    • Intense competition for similar patient populations and investigative staff

  • Insights on clinical trial educators

  • Quintiles Clinical Trails

    Explore the role of education in optimizing patient identification and recruitment. View presentation

  • Quintiles Clinical Trails

    Challenges in recruiting and retaining patients for clinical trials continue to delay drug development. There is a need for a more effective method to recruit patients, shorten development timelines, decrease costs, and increase the pace at which new medicines be¬come available to patients. To date, the CTE solution has been successfully used in trials with a complex patient pathway in therapeutic categories that are also highly competitive, including oncology, CNS, and cardiovascular diseases. CTEs have been highly effective in rescuing trials. This article showcases the effectiveness of Clinical Trial educators in driving patient recruitment and retention in complex trials. Read more

  • Quintiles Clinical Trails

    Clinical trial educators helped spur patient
    recruitment to more than 130% of projections and made a significant dent in patient discontinuation rates along the way.

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