Patient Centric Approach for Clinical Trials: Current Trend and New Opportunities

Source: Sharma NS. Perspect Clin Res. 2015;6(3):134–138

Not that long ago, patients were peripheral to the design of clinical trials. Patient engagement began with patient recruitment. Today, that is no longer the case. This pair of articles discuss that changing face of clinical trials, describe appropriate roles for patients beginning with the clinical trial design phase, and provide strategies for successful patient engagement, which may, in turn, enhance the success of clinical trials.

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Sharma 2015 Patient centric approach for clinical trials- Current trend and new opportunities


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