Advanced Pharma Clinical Research
Challenge: Enrolling a subject in a clinical trial can be difficult due to the strict study requirements.
Deliverables:  User Research, User Flow, User Personas, Wireframe, Prototype, Mockups
Tools:  Google Forms, Photoshop, Illustrator, Miro, Figma
My Role:  UX/UI Design
Problem Statement
Obtaining sufficient data for the screening process is one of the main challenges in recruiting participants for clinical trials. Sign-ups that do not match the study profile may consume a lot of valuable office time.
Solution
Collecting enough data on prospective clinical trial participants could speed up the process significantly and pre-qualify them for later research.
RESEARCH
Stakeholder's Analysis
USER STORIES
Competitive Analysis
As an experienced marketer at Advanced Pharma, I've learned that recruiting participants is the most important part of our research studies. I couldn't find any mobile apps that specifically focus on finding volunteers.
The majority of individuals exhibit immense interest in locating studies and gaining access to comprehensive clinical trial summaries. It is notable, however, that even the colossal entities within the medical realm, such as Pfizer, Cleveland Clinic, Worldwide, and Mayo Clinic, have yet to offer mobile applications for volunteers to conveniently register themselves in medical trials. This lack of convenient digital platforms raises questions about the degree to which these prominent corporations prioritize the accessibility of their clinical studies to prospective volunteers.
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SUMMARY
One of the most difficult aspects of clinical trials is finding suitable volunteers. It requires thorough screening and collecting sufficient information about individuals to ensure their suitability and to properly randomize them for the study. This process can be time-consuming and costly for the company conducting the trial. That is why the development of a mobile application specifically designed for clinical trials would be extremely beneficial. The app could serve as a platform for potential volunteers to provide detailed information about their medical history, demographics, and other relevant factors. This information could then be easily accessed and analyzed by the trial coordinators to identify suitable candidates for the study.

By investing in a mobile application for clinical trials, companies could streamline their recruitment process, save time, and ensure that they are enrolling the most suitable participants for their studies. This technology has the potential to revolutionize the way clinical trials are conducted, making it a win-win situation for both the companies and the volunteers.
Advance Pharma
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