Keeping Patients Engaged in Clinical Trials During Times of Uncertainty

07th May 2020

Keeping Patients Engaged in Clinical Trials During Times of Uncertainty

We recently collaborated with SnapIoT, Intereview IRB and Clincloud to engage our audience in a conversation about decentralized clinical trial services.

Dr. Graham Wylie, CEO at MRN, provided attendees with:

  • An overview of the value of Home Trial Support (HTS)
  • The best trials and visits for HTS services
  • How HTS can integrate with other services to deliver a variety of different visits
  • How MRN is responding to Covid-19
  • Considerations for protocol design

Listen to theĀ full webinar here.

Webinar Learning objectives

  • Compare innovative methods to keep study patients engaged in the COVID-19 environment
  • Assess new ideas on “remote clinic visits” to maintain a continuous flow of data from study patients
  • Explore utilizing telemedicine to support patient engagement, consent, assessments and comprehension for continuity during COVID-19
  • Evaluate various use cases that keep patients engaged in remote clinical trial models
  • Examine home nursing models for physical examinations and sample collection
  • Use IRB recommended practices to support progress in a COVID-19 research environment
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