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#HumanBehindEveryNumber / Study of Clinical Trials

#HumanBehindEveryNumber
#HumanBehindEveryNumber

Discipline: Professional Concept

#HumanBehindEveryNumber
#HumanBehindEveryNumber
#HumanBehindEveryNumber
#HumanBehindEveryNumber
#HumanBehindEveryNumber

Discipline: Professional Concept

What will the clinical trials of the future look like? In this project, researchers set out to build a clinical trial of the future, concentrated around real patient experiences and perceptions. Their goal was to identify what stages of clinical trials are more demanding for patients, the effects of their decision to participate or continue the study, and what can be improved or approached differently. Working with patients at all stages of clinical trials, they listening closely to their motivations and fears, and devised ways to elevate patient experiences and the outcomes of the trial. These ideas are soon to be tested in various real-life contexts and clinical trial environments around the world

  • TARGET GROUPS Trade / Industry, Specific sub-group: Clinical trials industry and patients

  • TARGET REGIONS Europe, North America

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME up to 12 months

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2017

Client / Manufacturer

KCR CRO

KCR CRO
Berlin, Germany

Design

THE STORY / design & innovation

THE STORY
Warsaw, Poland

Dymitr Romanowski, Radosław Misiewicz, Rafał Ramatowski, Sari Jagielski, Emilia Szkurłat, Yaroslav Shatkevich, Ryszard Narkiewicz, Adrianna Sobol

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