Pragmatic patient engagement in designing pragmatic oncology clinical trials
AuthorDavies-Teye, Bernard Bright
Baquet, Claudia Rose
Mullins, C Daniel
JournalFuture Oncology (London, England)
PublisherFuture Medicine Ltd.
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AbstractOncology trials are the cornerstone of effective and safe therapeutic discoveries. However, there is increasing demand for pragmatism and patient engagement in the design, implementation and dissemination of oncology trials. Many researchers are uncertain about making trials more practical and even less knowledgeable about how to meaningfully engage patients without compromising scientific rigor to meet regulatory requirements. The present work provides practical guidance for addressing both pragmaticism and meaningful patient engagement. Applying evidence-based approaches like PRECIS-2-tool and the 10-Step Engagement Framework offer practical guidance to make future trials in oncology truly pragmatic and patient-centered. Consequently, such patient-centered trials have improved participation, faster recruitment and greater retention, and uptake of innovative technologies in community-based care.
Keyword10-Step Engagement Framework
diversity in trials
pragmatic clinical trials
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/16455
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