With the goal of raising understanding and public confidence in the clinical research enterprise, the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) has published the September 2008 issue of its peer-reviewed journal, The Monitor, for the general public. The issue, Measuring Trust in Clinical Research features 12 articles from clinical researchers, others devoted to understanding research participation, including; some are written from the research volunteer’s perspective.
The articles on Measuring Trust in Clinical Research are:
- Public Confidence and Trust Today: A Review of Public Opinion Polls
- Transparency and Clinical Trials: Are We Setting the Right Priorities?
- Resources for Research Participants—Never Enough!
- The Role and Impact of the Principal Investigator
- Forgetting Individuality in Patient Recruiting
- The Other Side of Research: The Face Behind the Trial
- 360 Degrees of Clinical Research
- The “Professional Volunteer” for Research: An Interview
- In Recognition of the Clinical Trial Participant
- Restoring Public Confidence in Clinical Research: Lessons from the Organ Donation Sector
- Increasing the Public’s Trust in Research
- Restoring Public Trust in Clinical Research Through Outreach and Education
Release Date: September 15, 2008
Source: Association of Clinical Research Professionals
Filed Under: Drug Discovery