Listen to Learn: Patient Engagement in the Past, Present and Future

The evolution of patient engagement in clinical trials

This is the fourth piece in our new Patient Engagement series, where Lionbridge Life Sciences experts discuss the history and current status of participants in clinical studies and patients in the healthcare system. Come back every week for more from our team and get in touch if you have ideas of your own to share.

Without patients, clinical trials would be non-starters.

And yet, for many years, researchers neglected to include patients in the entire trial process. Within the past 50 years, the scientific and medical world has started to humanize their patients and improve relationships between trial administrators and the people they work with.

“Listen to Learn” explores the history of the patient engagement movement, including topics like

  • the history of human trials before bioethical regulations
  • key elements of informed consent
  • landmark moments in the evolution of informed consent
  • why patient engagement matters
  • accelerated translations to reach more participants

 

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April M. Crehan
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April M. Crehan