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Patient Centricity: The Key to Success in Global Rare Disease Trials



Tuesday, October 27
8:30am PST/ 11:30am EST/ 4:30pm BST

Rare disease trials face an uphill battle when it comes to patient recruitment and retention – qualified participants are difficult to find and face unique struggles including geographic and language barriers.


In this webinar, Clincierge will draw on their extensive experience directly supporting rare disease trial participants around the globe with travel and relocation logistics. Lionbridge's language expertise has enabled these projects; translators, interpreters and content transformers with deep experience in medical and scientific communities ensure that participants and study administrators can bridge language gaps with ease.



Join Kimberly Groff and Bjorn Wester from Clincierge as well as Lionbridge’s Dan Herron as they tell patient stories and discuss the challenges and successes of customized support, which can transform a family’s experience in clinical trials.



Bjorn Wester
GLOBAL CLIENT
SERVICES MANAGER  

Clincierge 

Kimberly Groff
ACCOUNT SERVICES
MANAGER

Clincierge

Daniel Herron
GLOBAL DIRECTOR OF
CLINICAL OUTCOMES

Lionbridge


Ongoing clinical trials have been suspended or modified in large numbers and the race for a vaccine for Covid-19 triggers rapid clinical trial conduct and regulatory approvals.

Even though virtual clinical trials may have accelerated out of necessity during the crisis rather than planning, the benefits of virtual or hybrid clinical trial execution are starting to show in the clinical research environment. For remote trial conduct to be a success within global clinical programs, trial sponsors need to build execution models that incorporate communication, technology and language strategies.

In this webinar, Lionbridge will talk about the implications of Covid-19 on the current clinical trial landscape and offer perspectives on the value of multimedia, language and electronic data capture of clinical outcomes assessments. Working effectively in a virtual or hybrid multinational trial environment is demanding on your communication efforts as a trial sponsor.

Lionbridge subject matter experts will address some of the communication challenges that trial sponsors are faced with in a virtual trial environment, and with specific focus on communication to patients and sites.

How communication, multimedia and language can add value to virtual clinical trials

Thursday, May 7, 2020  
10am EST/ 4pm CEST

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