Recruitment Mapping and Analysis of Clinical Trials:Case Study

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Recruitment Mapping and Analysis of Clinical Trials: Competitive Intelligence Case Study

We were asked to conduct a detailed clinical trial and recruitment analysis for a selected Phase II and above Mechanisms of Action (MOAs) being assessed in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) and Neuroendocrine Tumors (NET). We were to provide the client with actionable insights to optimise their clinical trial strategies within the EU area. This case study offers an example of competitive intelligence within recruitment mapping and analysis of clinical trials.

You Know How

In the competitive landscape of clinical trials, particularly for NSCLC and NET indications, efficient recruitment is crucial for trial success. The client needed to understand the recruitment dynamics. So to avoid pitfalls such as high competition and slow participant enrollment. The client risked delays and inefficiencies in their trial processes without precise recruitment mapping.

What We Did

To address the client’s needs, Octavus Intelligence implemented a comprehensive research methodology:

  1. Screening and Identification: We screened and identified drugs developed in the EU for NSCLC and NET within the targeted MOAs.
  2. Recruitment Analysis: We provided an overview of recruitment trends, summarizing data and creating timelines for all clinical and late-phase trials in specific categories.
  3. Identification of Recruitment Hotspots: We conducted a detailed recruitment analysis for each MOA, identifying recruitment hotspots across the EU to pinpoint regions with optimal enrollment conditions.

What They Got

The client received a detailed report that included:

  • Identify relevant drugs developed in the EU for NSCLC and NET in targeted MOAs.
  • An overview and timeline of clinical trials, focusing on recruitment trends.
  • A comprehensive analysis of recruitment for each MOA, highlighting recruitment hotspots across the EU.

The Result Was

Our analysis enabled the client to design clinical trials strategically. Choosing locations across the EU with less recruitment competition and avoiding areas prone to slower enrollment. This informed approach allowed the client to streamline their trial processes, reducing delays and enhancing the efficiency of their clinical trials.

This case study highlights the importance of detailed recruitment mapping and analysis in clinical trial planning, demonstrating how targeted intelligence can significantly impact the success and efficiency of clinical development programs.

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