Building relationships with advocacy groups is an integral part of patient-centric clinical research recruitment.
One Research will help you prevent costly delays and start your trials on time by building a cohort of patients to support multiple clinical trials. Instead of starting recruitment when the protocol is approved, a cohort provides a pool of screened and committed volunteers available from the earliest stages of trial planning. From feasibility through to post-market outcome studies, a cohort underpins every stage of your research.
A continuous dialogue with volunteers lies at the heart of the cohort approach. One Research speaks to each volunteer individually as part of the initial eligibility screening. We manage the ongoing relationship with update calls, study-match confirmation, first office visits, and patient reported outcomes.
This dialogue lies at the heart of patient-centricity. It dramatically reduces attrition by keeping volunteers informed and engaged. Similarly, feedback can be passed to sites, CROs and sponsors in real time. Healthcare professionals are freed-up to focus on their clinical duties because One Research becomes the communication hub for all stakeholders.
The cohort gives sponsors or CROs significant leverage when negotiating for the services of potential research sites because the provision of a large pool of screened patients makes the recruitment of volunteers considerably easier for site staff. This has proved an important differentiator when particular sites or investigators are in demand from competing entities.