A range of factors influences whether a non-interventional study is successful or not. Is the test/outcome of interest part of routine clinical practice? What are the relevant time points when prospective data should or can be collected from patients? Is there an appropriate secondary database already in existence and can this be accessed?
We are often able to inform answers with supportive data from our Disease Specific Programmes™ or knowledge gained from our 20 years’ experience in real-world studies. From quick pilot physician interviews through to comprehensive assessments, we can provide feasibility reports and consultancy either as a standalone project or as part of a main study.