A few statistics about clinical trials | you probably didn't know

Number of trials now

Clinical Trials currently recruiting in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Asia Pacific and South America.

People needed for trials

Number of people needed for clinical trials now in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Asia Pacific and South America.

Trials delayed/fail

Percentage of trials that are delayed or fail because of patient recruitment challenges

Value of trials

Global clinical trial spend is expected to reach US$32.73 billion in 2015 and to exceed US$65 billion in 2021 | Pharma Clinical Trial Services: World Market 2011-2021.

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Key Facts About Clinical Trial Recruitment Challenges

Clinical trials are needed before a drug or treatment goes to market

Drug regulatory authorities like the FDA and the TGA require that virtually every new or modified drug or treatment is clinical trialed to determine:

  • Safety

  • Efficacy

  • Dosage

Why Patients join clinical trials:

Typically studies show approximately 70% of people would consider joining a clinical trial if they knew a trial was on. Nearly
two thirds of these people are motivated “to advance  medical science.”

Other most cited reasons for participation  include:

  • Help others with the condition (57%)

  • Obtain better treatment (48%)

  • Obtain faster access to treatment (34%)

  • A key driver is also renumeration for time and travel

Benefits for Clinics/Sites:

  • Expedite drug testing and availability of new drugs

  • Allows physicians to be on the cutting edge of medicine

  • Can be a lucrative opportunity

Effects of poor recruitment:

For pharma and biotech companies:

  • Potentially skewed statistical results

  • Loss of position and/or revenue for product

  • Decline of confidence in investigators

For Sites/Clinics:

  • Potential lost revenue for missing targets

  • Risk to future trial participation with sponsor

  • Loss in patient confidence

Traditional recruitment methods:

  • Investigator’s/Site’s own patients

  • Letters to selected hospitals/GP clinics

  • Brochures and posters in outpatient clinics

  • Post cards to referral networks

  • Notices to advocacy groups

  • Print advertorials

  • TV/ advertising

  • Newspaper advertising

  • Radio advertising

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