Achieving Patient Centricity By Removing Barriers In The Clinical Trial Process

Source: Medrio

Constantly changing regulations and a multitude of new endpoints continue to keep clinical researchers on their toes. While these regulations and endpoints are designed to keep patients safe, they often create unintended barriers that keep patients out of clinical trials. In this episode, we discuss with Kafayat Babajide, Director of Patient Insights & Experience with Johnson and Johnson, the ways in which a patient-centric approach can remove controllable barriers from the clinical trial process and strengthen your patient engagement.


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