Survey - Help us improve how we share clinical trial results
We know that lots of people who take part in clinical trials want to be told the results of them, but we don't know the best way of doing this. If you or someone you know has taken part in a clinical trial, share what you think we should test and what is most important to find out.
Opportunity start date: Friday 11 August
Opportunity deadline: Saturday 30 September
Location: Online survey
Lots of research has shown that people who take part in clinical trials want to be told the overall results, but often, that doesn't happen, or isn't done well.
We want to test a number of different ways of sharing results in different trials, and find the best way of sharing results with the patients who take part. So we can be sure we're testing the right things, we need to know which approaches of sharing results patients are most interested in.
You can use your experience of clinical trials to share your thoughts on this work by completing this short survey. The insight you give will make sure we plan our study around what patients think best, and that the results are relevant to people who take part in clinical trials in the UK.
If you have any questions about this, please don't hesitate to get in touch with us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us on 0203 469 8777.