2019 Nov 04

How to Make Clinical Trials Patient-Centric: An Overview of TransCelerate’s Patient Protocol Engagement Toolkit (P-PET)

November 04, 11:00 AM - November 04, 12:00 PM

Stephen L. Yates, PhD–Clinical Program Director (CPD) and Head, Patient Engagement Strategy-UCB

Anne Marie Inglis, PhD–Senior Director, Global In-Country Clinical Operations-GSK

Although clinical study sponsors recognize the importance of partnering with patients to create better experiences for clinical study participants, caregivers, and families, they do not always have the tools for engaging patients in the design of clinical studies.

TransCelerate’s Patient Protocol Engagement Toolkit (P-PET) is intended to provide guidance on more effective and consistent means for clinical teams to engage with patients in the design of clinical studies and increase the patient centricity of study programs. Ultimately, this toolkit provides tools and resources to support engaging patients during protocol development with the goal of improving patient experience and reducing patient burden as a study participant.

Join this free webinar to learn more.

In preparation for the webinar, it is recommended that participants view this short, 3 minute video:  

Webinar Learning Objectives

Attendees will be provided with:

  • An Introduction to TransCelerate & the Patient Experience (PE) Initiative
  • An Overview of the Patient Protocol Engagement Toolkit (P-PET) including a preview of the:

o   P-PET User Guide

o   P-PET Use Cases

o   P-PET Resource Guide

o   P-PET Templates

The webinar will include an interactive discussion where attendees can ask the presenters questions live.

Target Audience:  Clinical Study Sponsor Companies, Patient Advocacy Boards, Clinical Research Sites, Contract Research Organizations and anyone who is interested in improving study design by taking patient insights into consideration.

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11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT
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9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. EDT