Clinical Trial Recruitment
Achieve Clinical Trial Recruitment Targets
Atlantia offers a proven ability to meet recruitment milestones of healthy participants, we have access to populations of all the age groups and we are experienced in recruiting populations from 20 to 600 participants per trial on budget, and on time. We have worked with populations ranging in ages from 2 to 75 years, and our recruiting model allows for faster recruitment across all our studies.
How to Recruit Patients for Clinical Trials
Atlantia possess a unique relationship with GP’s due to our close connection to the research community. Many GP’s share our vision to bridge the gap between research and practice, and as a result, provide us with access to difficult-to-reach patient populations. Potential participants benefit as they receive free health checks, and compensation of between €50 - €80 per visit. The success of this program is a testament to the respect and trust earned by Atlantia through good clinical practice.
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How To Recruit Patients For Clinical Trials
“The internal validity, external validity and feasibility of a clinical study are contingent upon successful recruitment, enrolment, engagement with the intervention, and retention of an appropriate sample from the population under study” (Gupta et al., 2015)
Depending on the population requirements of a study, Atlantia runs a series of search engine marketing campaigns targeted towards those that are actively seeking information or treatment for an existing condition. The participants, family members, or caregivers that will see such ads are those who are proactive about the condition or treatment of the study – ensuring interest is created for the correct candidates decreases recruitment time and increases retention rates.
Our Clinical Trial Process
01. Clinical Design
Study design is a significant phase of any clinical research project. At Atlantia we can plan and guide you to design a successful trial depending on your focus: to increase sales, to obtain a health claim or as a proof of efficacy.
02. Trial Regulation
Our regulatory services include ethical submissions and approvals, our team takes into account the regulatory environment of the sponsor company to provide highly compliant study design.
03. Study Recruitment
Atlantia offers a proven ability to meet recruitment milestones. We have access to populations of all age groups and we are experienced in recruiting populations from 20 to 600 participants per trial on budget, and on time.
04. Study Conduct
Our unique model maximises control, reduces the risk of data inconsistency, and brings a sense of assurance to our clients dealing with one competent organisation as opposed multiple contract research organisations.
05. Trial Analysis
At Atlantia your clinical data is at the centre of our service. When the samples are collected either during study visits or remotely they are prepared and stored at our facilities at -80*c, -20*C or refrigerated temperature and analysed by our research partners.
06. Study Reporting
The Atlantia Clinical Research team provides a comprehensive study reporting service. Our statisticians adhere to ICH-GCP standards to produce a statistical study report, and if the client requests, a full clinical study report.
Social Media Channels in Study Recruitment
Similarly, we utilise social media for recruitment and have done so for many years, running, and managing ad campaigns. We have a large following on social platforms which allows us to recruit efficiently. Furthermore, there is an extensive number of people are signed up to our mailing list, of this over 72% actively read our emails on new trials.
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