VISITOR Clinical Study Demonstrates Feasibility and Utility of Transparency Life Sciences’ New Virtual Trials Platform

Transparency Protocol Crowdsourcing Helps Design Virtual,
Patient-Centric Protocols

Enhance Your Protocols with Input from Patients and Researchers

Design patient-centric trials by engaging patients, their caregivers, advocates, physicians and researchers in the development of a virtual clinical trial protocol

This tool has been used to clarify and confirm the viability of a protocol, which can prevent costly protocol amendments. By obtaining crowd input, clinical trial teams have been able to assess ways to incorporate novel endpoints and real-world evidence into development programs. It is also an excellent tool for obtaining input and feedback from patient advocacy organizations.

Enhance Your Protocols with Input from Patients and Researchers

Design patient-centric trials by engaging patients, their caregivers, advocates, physicians and researchers in the development of a virtual clinical trial protocol

This tool has been used to clarify and confirm the viability of a protocol, which can prevent costly protocol amendments. By obtaining crowd input, clinical trial teams have been able to assess ways to incorporate novel endpoints and real-world evidence into development programs. It is also an excellent tool for obtaining input and feedback from patient advocacy organizations.

How Does It Work?

Crowdsourcing participants respond to key issues of clinical trial design. This information brings in expertise that is broader than a traditional protocol writing process. The surveys themselves are designed for the global community of patients and for healthcare professionals. They contain both quantitative and qualitative items that assess the team’s initial design and provide new ideas that can be used to enhance the final protocol.

TLS analyzes the crowdsourced data and works with the sponsor’s clinical trial team to finalize the protocol. The goal is to enhance and extend, but not necessarily replace, internal judgments and insights of the clinical staff and key opinion leaders.

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