The more diverse the range of healthcare professionals actively involved in clinical research, the better chance we have of helping improve the diversity of the patients involved, too.
Recruiting participants for clinical research is often hard. Part of the problem is that not enough patients are told about the research that is available, or given enough information to make a decision.
That’s where you come in. By being more involved in, current clinical research studies, you’ll be able to share important information with your patients.
There are two main types of trials or studies that you can discuss with your patients or help run: interventional and observational.
Interventional trials aim to find out more about a particular treatment, with researchers comparing the results of different treatment groups.
Observational studies aim to find out what happens to people in different situations, with the research team simply observing people taking part.
Important research, information, and actionable insights to support our demand for change.
Ready to join our mission? If you want to understand more about what we do, how we do it, and what impact it will have on you and others, just ask!