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COUCH Health launch a survey to give clinical research professionals a voice during COVID-19

Everyone’s experience of COVID-19 is going to be different, everyone’s personal insight can help improve understanding, and everyone deserves to have their voice heard. At COUCH Health, we want to help give people a voice and improve understanding of the impact COVID-19 is having on our industry, first-hand.

Clinical research professionals are also very much on the frontline when it comes to caring for patients. They’re guiding them through important clinical studies with the aim to finding treatments that will improve theirs and others lives. And just like all other industries, they’re feeling the impact of COVID-19, too.

So, we’ve put together a short survey for clinical research professionals. Not only is this an opportunity to have your say, but it gives the industry an opportunity to take learnings from a situation we didn’t expect to be experiencing.

With already active clinical trials pressing on, and new COVID-19 trials moving at an unprecedented pace, we really are in unfamiliar territory right now. So it’s important we gain understanding into the impact; document how we adapted; take learnings from what worked and what didn’t. Maybe we can even accelerate the way in which we move clinical trial designs forwards to improve the experience for everyone?

All we know is that right now, we need insights. So, if you work in the clinical research space, please complete our short survey. And if you know others who do, please share with them, too.

Click here to complete the survey.

1st April 2020

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