Article | November 16, 2023

4 Key Points To Consider When Implementing A Study With Caregiver Assessments

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Caregivers are key participants in clinical trials and assume considerable responsibility, with offered support levels varying significantly. These types of responsibilities can span from providing emotional assistance through consistent check-ins on the well-being of study participants to active involvement in the entire clinical trial journey.

In the latter scenario, caregivers may assist participants in attending trial visits or accompany them during appointments. Moreover, caregivers may routinely fill out questionnaires regarding their patients, highlighting the significance of their responsibilities. Given the distinctive nature of this role in clinical trials, it is crucial to ensure that the completion of Observer Reported Outcomes (ObsROs) is both user-friendly and upholds data quality standards.

Read the article below for four key recommendations to successfully implement a clinical trial involving caregivers.

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