The Importance of Patient Participation in Clinical Trials

By |June 24th, 2016|

One of the biggest challenges for clinical research is patient enrollment. The discovery of new therapies and better treatment options is highly dependent on the number of patients participating in clinical trials. However, a recent survey showed that only 35% of Americans indicated that they were “likely” to enroll in a clinical trial. Additionally, only […]

Inspire Hope for Clinical Trials with Ideathon!

By |June 10th, 2016|

CISCRP and INC Research are teaming up to host the “Inspiring Hope” Ideathon. The Ideathon is a ground-breaking competition that creates an opportunity to raise greater awareness for clinical trials. Open to industry leaders, health advocates, and anyone with an interest in helping medical progress, the event aims to discover radical and effective new methods […]

Celebrate International Clinical Trials Day!

By |May 18th, 2016|

The history of clinical trials reveals an arduous but steady road to progress. Clinical research has yielded invaluable information about health and disease, providing better treatments and cures for diseases that would otherwise cause unnecessary suffering. Celebrate Clinical Trials Day on May 20th to honor the ongoing efforts of all the doctors, researchers, and patients […]

Have Asthma? 7 Things To Plan For When Moving

By |May 11th, 2016|

Spring is here and that means new beginnings for many college-bound students. However, if you have a teen with asthma, then that also means an updated asthma plan to prepare for the change in environment. With all the excitement of moving to a new place, many neglect to address the potential new triggers for asthma […]

A New Bill to Promote the Inclusion of Women, Minorities, and LGBTQ Groups in Clinical Research

By |May 6th, 2016|

The U.S. Senate’s Health, Education, Labor and Pensions committee recently passed a new bill that will address the lack of diversity in clinical trials. Introduced as the Advancing NIH Strategic Planning and Representation in Medical Research Act, the bill will advance several policies to better reflect the diversity of patient populations in studies conducted and […]

How CureClick Fits into Recruitment [Infographic]

By |April 20th, 2016|

Here’s a nifty infographic illustrating how CureClick raises awareness of clinical trials through social media.

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CureClick Supports World Hemophilia Day!

By |April 18th, 2016|

April 17th was World Hemophilia Day and CureClick is proud to support and raise awareness for this disorder that affects countless lives worldwide. Dozens of CureClick Ambassadors showed their support over the weekend, generating over 750,000 social media impressions, creating the chance to talk about this inherited blood disorder.

 

According to the World Federation of Hemophilia, […]

Unlocking the True Potential of Social Media to Facilitate Clinical Trial Education and Accelerate Patient Recruitment

By |April 11th, 2016|

The release of Apple’s ResearchKit and CareKit showed how the open-source framework has helped medical researchers collect data through apps on the iPhone, connecting millions of people to health studies and information to better understand medicine and disease. However, despite these technological advancements, recruitment for clinical trials is still slow for the majority of studies currently […]

The New Apple ResearchKit and CareKit are Here!

By |April 4th, 2016|

Apple recently announced an update on their groundbreaking ResearchKit platform, as well as a new, separate platform called CareKit. These open-source frameworks are part of Apple’s HealthKit campaign which aims to help improve the quality of medicine and treatment for diseases by using iPhones to collect scientific data for medical research.

About ResearchKit

ResearchKit was introduced […]

CISCRP AWARE For All Clinical Research Event

By |April 1st, 2016|

CISCRP, one of CureClick’s proud partners, is hosting a patient education event called AWARE for All at Howard University in Washington D.C. on April 20th. AWARE for All is a free program that aims to inform the public about clinical research and trials.

 
Event Details

Hosted at Howard University’s Blackburn Center on April 20th from 5 to […]