Category: Best Practice Guides

Once your volunteer has passed phone screening, the in-person appointment needs to be booked as soon as possible—if your volunteer is keen to participate and they’re ready to book the appointment, it is important not to delay. Immediacy is key during all steps of the recruitment process, and this one is no different. If you read more

Once someone has booked an appointment for phone screening, it is important to stick to the principles of respecting the times during which they’ve asked to be called. It’s also equally important to make sure you understand what your volunteers’ expectations are regarding your study, as this will help you tailor your study to every read more

Every clinical researcher is familiar with the struggle of getting in contact with trial volunteers on the phone. At Trialfacts we use the following method—and the results are still incredibly effective. The successful contact rate varies depending on volunteer demographics and other aspects of your study, but we’re typically able to get in contact with read more

Out of the hundreds of researchers we’ve worked with over the years, only a handful truly excelled at recruiting volunteers. And the difference between those few successful researchers and the ones who struggled with recruitment, is that the successful researchers understood the importance of developing a relationship with their volunteers. Note: In this instance, the read more