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

Featured Speakers

Jamie Arnott, BSN, RN, OCN®

Senior Project Director

Jamie Arnott has extensive experience from her clinical nursing background as well as both the CRO and sponsor perspective in the oversight and management of clinical trial operations and outsourcing with 15+ years’ experience in project management and 25+ years’ experience in healthcare as a practitioner and in clinical research work. Jamie has extensive experience in rare diseases where patient involvement is especially crucial.

Ryan Bailey, MA

Senior Clinical Researcher

Ryan Bailey has over 13 years of experience coordinating multi-disciplinary clinical research teams. He is a corporate leader for communication, innovation, and project management. His current areas of focus are: change management, data visualization, patient engagement, and implementation science.

Samantha Hoopes, PhD, RAC

Research Scientist

Samantha Hoopes has over 10 years of scientific writing and editing experience and has served as lead author on clinical and regulatory documents for product development programs for a variety of therapeutic areas.

Dana Dunne, BS, CTRA

Clinical Team Lead

Dana Dunne has 10+ years of monitoring and industry experience, serving primarily as a Sr. CRA and Clinical Team Lead. She has worked on clinical trials in various therapeutic areas including Alzheimer’s Disease, Hereditary Angioedema, Lupus Nephritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Pemphigus Vulgaris, Otolaryngology, and Rheumatoid Arthritis.


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