The Importance of Early Patient Involvement in Clinical Trial Design
Patient-centricity gets a lot of buzz, but what are the benefits of involving patients in the planning of a clinical trial? This webinar looks at:
- Where in the process to get patient input—from protocol reviews to endpoint selection to assessments
- How patient input can benefit enrollment, compliance, and outcomes
- What tactics can be used to elicit meaningful input
Jamie Arnott, R.N.
Senior Project Director
Jamie Arnott has been conducting clinical studies for more than 20 years in a broad range of therapeutic areas, focusing on cystic fibrosis studies since at Rho. Jamie has provided oversight and full management support for over 10 cystic fibrosis studies, including three U.S. and global programs. Ms. Arnott’s respiratory experience, including cystic fibrosis research, has included treatment with oral therapy, as well as aerosolized treatment and subcutaneous injections. These studies ranged from Phase 1 to 3 and have included inpatient components, telephone visits/assessments, serial PK collections, and quality of life assessments. Jamie has extensive experience from both the CRO…
Associate Director, Corporate Projects & Communications
Ryan Bailey is the Associate Director of Corporate Projects & Communications at Rho. He has 15 years of experience in clinical research. His background and experience span a wide range of specialties, including: project management, business analysis, process improvement, and organizational development. In his current role, Ryan oversees corporate communication and change management initiatives.