Clinical Trial Results for Laypersons – Practical experiences, examples and plans
Earlier this year our co-founder and academic advisor, Professor Theo Raynor presented work on lay summary testing at the Joint EFGCP-EFPIA Workshop on Communicating Clinical Trial Results to Meet Public Needs. The event took place in Brussels where Theo also participated in a panel discussion ‘How to prepare Europe for Lay Summaries’.
Clinical Trial Results for Laypersons – Practical experiences, examples and plans provides details on:
- methods of user testing
- findings from user testing of EPAR and RMP Sumaries
- how we applied testing method to Clinical Trial Results
- conclusions and recommendations.
The team at Luto has extensive experience of information design, lay writing and knowledge of clinical trials. We offer a range of services including the development of Clinical Trial Lay Summaries, Participant Information Sheets (PIS) and Informed Consent Forms (ICF). We can help you develop materials that communicate effectively with your patients and the public.