Webinar on demand - Transforming Clinical Trials Through Patient Engagement

By Mike Sweeney; Alex Guite |

This webinar examines how patient engagement can drive recruitment, retention and overall patient satisfaction within clinical trials. Drawing from experiences of organizations involved in differing aspects of patient centricity, the session demonstrates how companies are working collaboratively to provide a variety of services that are essential to patients.

Though progress is being made, there is much more to do. Gaining a deeper understanding of what matters most to patients is crucial. Focused efforts to support those needs adds tremendous value for patients as well as clinical study stakeholders.

What you will learn
- Patient Feedback on Clinical Trial Participation
- What do Patients Want and how can we Support Them?
- Value of Investing in Patient Engagement
- What is Direct-to-Patient (DtP) Logistics?
- DtP Case Study: Collaborative Project Setup
- What are Organizations Doing Now? What are the Next Steps?

In collaboration with


Jasmine Benger
Senior Project Manager, Research Services, CISCRP
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Vice President, Strategy and Services, World Courier
Mike Sweeney
Senior Director, Patient Centric Logistics, World Courier

About the Authors

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Mike Sweeney

Senior Director, Patient Centric Logistics
World Courier
Mike is responsible for the development and product management of World Courier’s specialty service offerings across 140 company-owned offices in 50+ countries, with focus on patient-centric areas such as Direct-to-Patient services. Since joining World Courier in 1992, Mike assumed a number of positions within US operations, customer service, training, compliance, marketing, sales and clinical trials management. He progressed to senior roles, including director of US customer service/operations, director of new service development and director of regional accounts, prior to transitioning into a global IT leadership position and most recently into his current role in 2015.
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Alex Guite

Vice President, Services and Alliances
World Courier
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