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INFOSHEET 01: Use the voice of patients to enhance clinical trial engagement and experiences

We get you important patient insights through expertly crafted patient studies and surveys, and guide you in taking action

Despite the growing evidence of the benefits and need to involve patients in creating clinical study experiences, over a third of sponsors still don’t solicit any feedback from patients. And companies are still failing to prioritise patient engagement initiatives and the integration of patient perspectives.

Clearly there is a disconnect between the recognised need for elevated patient engagement and the steps taken to implement the necessary processes.


Increasing the level of patient engagement in your clinical design requires budget, conducting institutional and ethics reviews, establishing teams to lead patient experience and engagement activities, and much more. Building a framework that can support an engagement process requires cross-stakeholder collaboration, which can be a time-consuming and exhaustive process. It’s understandably difficult for sponsors to know where to begin. But that’s where we come in.

Innovative ways to improve partnerships with patients
We find innovative and relevant ways to engage with and glean insights from patients to improve the experience for both participants and sites. From a wide variety of patient survey solutions to analysis and medical writing, we give you access to real-world data and patient reported outcomes, and guide you into leveraging them for better and faster enrolment and retention.


The pressure is on to be more patient-centric in order to recruit patients onto clinical studies, and improve clinical study experiences so they want to keep taking part. To remain human-focussed, the patient voice needs to be incorporated into every part of a clinical study.

At COUCH Health, we have the tools to not only glean the insight you need, but guide you in implementing it too.

Get in touch to see how we can help you get the knowledge you need.

14th July 2020



Company Details

COUCH Health

+44 (0) 330 995 0656

Contact Website

Suite 2.10, Jactin House
24 Hood Street
M4 6WX
United Kingdom

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