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The Colours of Change

Some time ago, a survey was conducted on clinical trial professionals to determine what concerns worried the industry most, experts from pharmaceutical company sponsors, contract research organisations, site representatives, and vendors were consulted. Despite all the great work by these collective groups, an overwhelming number of studies fail for the simple reason that not enough patients stick with them (1). A whopping 85% of studies, in fact, according to Forte Research (2).

Once the results were assessed, ranked fourth behind the likes of trial complexity, regulatory frameworks, and increasing costs, was patient recruitment and retention.

Then, early this year, in a moment of history we are unlikely to forget, COVID-19 hit. Suddenly hospitals and healthcare facilities the world over were sent into pandemic pandemonium, and as we scrabbled for solutions many non-essential clinical trials were put on hold and their patients left in limbo.

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Chris Wells is an accomplished travel specialist, event planner, creative thinker, and patient pioneer. Having spent years building programmes in the healthcare and technology sectors, Chris dedicates every minute of every day to better understand and eradicate the burden of clinical trial participation on patients and their families. As Director of Patient Concierge Services at Illingworth Research Group, their PatientGO division works tirelessly to ensure patients receive the optimum home-to-site experience. This helps to reduce study dropout, relieves the pressure on sites, and gives the medicines of the future a fighting chance of helping humanity’s most challenging and deadly diseases.

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