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Presented by Jacqueline Zarro, VP Clinical Project Management at Premier Research at the 2010 DIA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

Presented by Jacqueline Zarro, VP Clinical Project Management at Premier Research at the 2010 DIA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

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  • Meeting Enrollment Goals ina Competitive Environment:Development, Implementation &Monitoring of Site Patient Recruitment& Enrollment PlansPresenterJacqueline Zarro, Ph.D.Vice PresidentClinical Project Management - USPremier Research Group LimitedUnited States
  • Disclaimer• The views and opinions expressed in the following PowerPoint slides are those of the individual presenter and should not be attributed to Drug Information Association, Inc. (“DIA”), its directors, officers, employees, volunteers, members, chapters, councils, Special Interest Area Communities or affiliates, or any organization with which the presenter is employed or affiliated.• These PowerPoint slides are the intellectual property of the individual presenter and are protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America and other countries. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Drug Information Association, DIA and DIA logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of Drug Information Association Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 2
  • Topics• Basis for Meeting Enrollment Goals – Foundation and Tools• Recruitment and Enrollment Plan – Site Specific• Maximize Enrollment – Tracking and Additional Tools 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 3 View slide
  • Enrollment StatisticsStatistics show most clinical trial delays are a resultof poor enrollment:• More than 70% of U.S. and 55% of European clinical sites reported delays of more than one month beyond contracted enrollment timelines• Only 7% of U.S. and 18% of European sites reported meeting enrollment timelines (U.S. down from 10% in 2005)• Delays also occurring at high rates in other regions of the world* 2007 CenterWatch Survey Results 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 4 View slide
  • Basis for Meeting Enrollment Goals: Foundation to Enrollment Success Regular review Status updates Roll-out of enrollment plan Communication Study enrollment planning Inclusive site qualification Feasibility Thorough site feasibility46th Annual MeetingWashington, DC - 2010 5
  • Basis for Meeting Enrollment Goals: Tools Single SiteFeasibility Study Specific Site Enrollment Enrollment Study Analysis Qualification Target Plan Enrollment Plan46th Annual MeetingWashington, DC - 2010 6
  • Recruitment and Enrollment Plan:Single Site Specific Study Enrollment Plan 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 7
  • Recruitment and Enrollment: Site Specific Plan Definition• Template tailored to indication, study design• Includes recruitment resources / approach and targets for enrollment• Written hard-copy document• Site specific• „Agreement‟ signed by site staff 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 8
  • Recruitment and Enrollment Plan: Site Specific Plan Content• Site‟s: – Enrollment target – Timeframe – Recruitment sources • E.g.: database, advertising, referrals, outreach – Subject identification activity to date – Barriers to recruitment and enrollment 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 9
  • Recruitment and Enrollment Plan: Site Specific Plan Implementation Ongoing Communication Template Tailored to be Signed by developed Review site specific PI and SC by PM46th Annual MeetingWashington, DC - 2010 10
  • Recruitment and Enrollment Plan: Site Specific Plan Implementation• Sample template plan, tailored by Site Study enrollment expectations Site enrollment expectations 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 11
  • Recruitment and Enrollment Plan: Site Specific Plan Implementation• Proactive identification of pitfalls• Signed by PI and Study Coordinator Identification and review of challenges to enrollment • Past study challenges Recruitment • Challenges unique to current protocol challenges • Creative approaches to proactively addressing Site signatures 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 12
  • Maximize Meeting Enrollment Goals: Tracking Cumulative Enrollment Graph 450Number of Patients Enrolled 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Projected Enrollment per Plan Actual Patients Enrolled 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 13
  • Maximize Meeting Enrollment Goals: Additional Tools• Study Coordinator teleconferences• Outreach – Advertising • Flyers/brochures in office – Local resources • Health Fairs • Community Groups – Hospital / health community newsletters – Clinical study postings on websites 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 14
  • Maximize Meeting Enrollment Goals: Additional Tools• On-going communication – Regular site calls (e.g., weekly, bi-weekly) • Scripted and non-scripted dialogue – Site teleconferences – Enrollment metrics • Screened, enrolled completers – Projected – Actual – Total active / eligible sites 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 15
  • Conclusions• Proactive approach – Thorough site feasibility and qualification• Enrollment plan – Introduction, development of study-specific template; implementation of individualized plans• On-going review of plan and tracking• Maximize knowledge and creativity• Contingency planning 46th Annual Meeting Washington, DC - 2010 16