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John Needham.Patient Thoughts

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What do patients think about being in a clinical trial? Across three threapeutic areas, the answers are quite similar.

What do patients think about being in a clinical trial? Across three threapeutic areas, the answers are quite similar.


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  • 1. What is Most Important to Potential Participants Similarity of Patient Responses in Three Therapeutic Areas John Needham’s PatientQuest Surveys HIV >250 responses OAB >400 responses Psoriasis > 50 responses
  • 2. How Long Did You Have Your Medical Condition Before You Participated in a Clinical Trial? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference Source: February 2005 Volunteer Survey Percent of Respondents N= 534 Recruitment Insights
  • 3. From The Time You First Heard About The Clinical Trial, How Long Before You Decided To Participate? Source: February 2005 Volunteer Survey Percent of Respondents N= 534
  • 4. Which would most likely affect your decision to participate in a trial? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference HIV Patients
  • 5. Over Active Bladder Patients 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference
  • 6. Psoriasis Patients 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference
  • 7. Would you discuss trial participation with a partner, friend or family member?
  • 8. If considering an OAB trial, who, other than the study doctor, would you discuss the decision with? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference OAB US responders
  • 9. Psoriasis 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference
  • 10. If considering a trial, who, other than the study doctor, would you discuss the decision with? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference EU Results
  • 11. Other than receiving a new medical treatment for OAB, what else would interest you in joining and remaining in a clinical research study? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference US Results
  • 12. Other than receiving a new medical treatment for OAB, what else would interest you in joining and remaining in a clinical research study? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference EU Results
  • 13. 11. Do you feel your regular doctor understands how you feel about having OAB? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference Internet responses Inner-city responses
  • 14. Do you feel your regular doctor understands how you feel about having OAB? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference EU Results
  • 15. 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference Can you or do you prefer to discuss your OAB with the nurses in your doctor’s office? Internet responses Inner-city responses
  • 16. Can you or do you prefer to discuss your OAB with the nurses in your doctor’s office? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference EU Results
  • 17. Which of the following would keep you interested in participating in a study for a year or longer? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference HIV
  • 18. Which of the following would keep you interested in participating in a study for 3 months or longer? USA OAB Patients
  • 19. Which of the following would keep you interested in participating in a study for 3 months or longer? 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference EU OAB Patients
  • 20. Psoriasis Patients 2008 Clinical Research Educational Conference
  • 21. Key Findings
    • Regardless of the condition, addressing potential side effects with a potential participant is of paramount importance
    • Participants need user friendly literature about the study to share with their family and their family doctor
    • Participants want to talk with specialists or providers on an on-going basis if they are going to remain in a study
  • 22. Participants have expectations:
    • travel / parking expenses provided
    • strong desire to meet other participants
    • supportive website just for the study participants
    • mechanism to tell their friends or support group members about the study
    • progress reports through the course of the trial on how they are responding to the treatment
  • 23. 7 Take Away Messages
    • Assess the feasibility for every study
    • Whatever you or anyone thinks will work, it must be tested and proven; budget for it
    • Develop a site Recruitment Training Continuum
    • Never underestimate the multiple forces exerted on the patient’s mind set and their family’s motivation
    • Archive what you have learned
    • You are in the business of delivering “Evaluable Data”
    • “ Fish where the fish are”