In this episode, we will explore the role of design in clinical trials, with a focus on electronic Patient Reported Outcome (ePROs).
Most clinical research professionals are so focused on protocol development, data collection, and analysis that it’s easy to overlook the importance of well-designed technology that supports clinical trials.
One such technology product is electronic Patient Reported Outcomes or ePROs. ePROs are surveys that are presented to and completed by clinical trial participants as part of the study requirements.
To learn more about ePROs and the role of design in clinical trials, I invited Bruce Hellman and Ben James on the Clinical Trial Podcast.
Ben is the Chief Design Officer and Co-founder at uMotif. Ben leads the design team and is responsible for product design and innovation at uMotif, with the focus of bringing consumer-grade experiences to the life sciences industry.
Bruce is the Chief Patient Officer & Co-Founder at uMotif. Bruce is uMotif’s entrepreneurial leader and co-founded the company along with Ben in 2012.
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