Diversity in Clinical Trials:
Understanding Patient and Caregiver Perspectives

Webinar Overview and the Benefits

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Learn key insights from patients and caregivers to help you design more diverse clinical trials

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Understand unmet needs of minority patients and caregivers reducing clinical trial participation

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A chance to participate in a live Q & A

Who Should Attend

  • Director, Patient Focused Drug Development
  • Director, Patient Services
  • Therapeutic Area Medical Director
  • Senior Director, Patient Advocacy
  • Officer in Drug Discovery
  • Patient Strategy Officer
  • Product Innovation Officer
  • Clinical Oncologists

A challenge in clinical research is obtaining the diverse patient voice to describe experiences that impact clinical trial knowledge, understanding and participation.

Minorities are disproportionately impacted by cancer, chronic and certain infectious diseases.

African‐Americans make up 12% of the population, but only 5% of clinical trial participants and Hispanics make up 16% of the population but only 1% of clinical trial participants.

Understanding- from the patient’s perspective-reasons for this recruitment challenge can benefit any healthcare related product manufacturer or healthcare organization.

Learning from Patients

Inspire recently conducted Virtual Interviews with patients and caregivers who reflect the ethnic diversity of the US. Through these interviews, we identified factors impacting patient clinical trial decision-making. This webinar is based on this recent Virtual Patient Interviews research project.

Presenter: Marina Shayevich, MPH
Research Manager at Inspire

  • Public health and policy researcher with experience in pharmaceutical market research and health policy analysis.
  • Expertise in a wide range of health domains, including clinical trials, oncology, health security, diversity, rare disease, women’s health.
  • Background involves both qualitative and quantitative data analysis and visualization

Inspire is the leading healthcare social network, with a mission to accelerate medical progress through a world of connected patients. The company creates and manages support communities for more than 1.5 million patients and caregivers.

Inspire consults with pharmaceutical companies, leading medical centers and government agencies to integrate patient-centricity into the pharmaceutical product lifecycle and patient care journey, accelerating and improving Research and Development, clinical trial design and recruitment through post-marketing brand/unbranded activities and pharmacovigilance.