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Competition for the time and attention of clinical investigators is increasing. Pharmaceutical, biotech and CRO executives responsible for identifying investigators for clinical trials will benefit from this 20-page document full of the strategies and tactics used by leading companies.
1) How an efficient and effective database can speed the identification process and lead to higher quality investigators
2) How to leverage multiple resources to find top investigators
3) Tactics used to "grow your own" investigators
Sample Best Practices
1. Develop and grow customer-relationship databases with the names and qualifications of clinical investigators who can help jumpstart a study or entry into a new therapeutic area.
-A team at one pharmaceutical company successfully used a clinical-trials recruitment web site to quickly win investigators interest in a very short amount of time.
2. Draw on past experiences of company staff to broaden knowledge about potential investigators.
-One benchmarking partner uses its marketing staff to rank the prestige of KOLs and its external monitors to provide insights on past performance.
3. Invest time in visiting and prospecting for new investigators and sites that may be contributors to future studies for the company.
-One benchmark company proactively contacts sites without a specific trial in mind for the investigator and contacts all investigators submitting information to the its web site within a certain amount of time even if there is no immediate trial appropriate for them.
This research originated from a Best Practices, LLC consulting project. It was conducted for a pharmaceutical client and was based on interviews and surveys with pharmaceutical, CRO and investigative site benchmark partners.