Development of an online clinical trial recruitment portal for the NIHR mental health BRC

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Public & patient recruitment to clinical trials is viewed as one of the main barriers to the implementation of clinical trials. This difficulty is often attributed to the working culture of the NHS, rapid turnover of staff and patients and poor-gatekeeping in referring patients to suitable clinical trials. In response to the recruitment difficulties experienced by the Psychosis Studies Clinical Academic Group at the NIHR Mental Health Biomedical Research Centre, Denmark Hill, London, a member of the Office of Psychosis Studies at King’s College London and a member (the author) of the King’s Clinical Trials Unit, King’s College London developed an initiative to create an online clinical trial recruitment portal/information hub for the NIHR Mental Health BRC. The primary purpose of this initiative being to promote patient and public awareness of and interest in participating in clinical trials.

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Markham, S. (2016, April 1). Development of an online clinical trial recruitment portal for the NIHR mental health BRC. Research Involvement and Engagement. BioMed Central Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40900-016-0024-0

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