Patients want Results. Share Data. Plain & Simple.

It certainly made my week when CT Arena asked me to write a guest post on returning research results to trial participants. It’s the small victories that keep you going, you know?

Creating plain language study result summaries for people is becoming popular these days, thanks to a recent regulation from the European Medicines Agency (EMA). The EMA is similar to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). Clinical trial summaries can help patients make better decisions, and show respect to trial participants.

It’s strange to become one of the world’s experts in this field – it’s one of many interests! You can link to the article here. And feel free to contact me for more information – happy to help!

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