Are You Measuring Your Participants’ Satisfaction in Your Clinical Studies?
The Study Participant Feedback Questionnaire (SPFQ) is a survey provided to study participants at the beginning, middle and end of a clinical study.
Use of the SPFQ is intended to improve patient centricity in clinical studies and programs potentially leading to:
- An easy way to measure participant satisfaction
- Identify barriers to participation in clinical studies
- Identify best practices and opportunities for improvement
- Potential mitigation of patient dissatisfaction outcomes such as study drop out, decreased adherence, common retention challenges
- Provide insight into the needs of the participant in a clinical study
- An opportunity for sponsors to identify and respond with solutions to support participation in a study
Study participants have the opportunity to be involved in shaping future clinical studies.
Sites will have the opportunity to execute protocols being more patient-centric, resulting in improved patient recruitment and retention.
The SPFQ can be used to help improve the design of the clinical studies and potentially lead to improved timelines, patient retention and patient adherence to treatment.
Inform key stakeholders within your organization of the value of using the SPFQ in your clinical studies. The socialization deck offers customizable materials providing an introduction to the SPFQ and how it may improve patient centricity in your studies. Topics covered include:
Introduction to TransCelerate and Patient Experience Initiative
Build Your SPFQ Network
Download the SPFQ Socialization PresentationClick Here
The SPFQ Implementation User Guide is intended to support each sponsor company’s customization and implementation of the SPFQ.
Data Management and Analyses
Protocol, ICF, Privacy and Regulatory
Communication, Awareness and Training Material
Mode of Administration
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The SPFQ is a set of three brief validated patient questionnaires designed to capture patients’ experiences at the beginning, during, and end of each clinical study, independent of disease and treatment.
Coming Soon! The Patient Experience Initiative is currently working towards providing translations of the SPFQ in the following languages by Q4 2020: Dutch (Netherlands), French (France), German (Germany), Italian (Italy), Japanese (Japan), Korean (South Korea), Polish (Poland), Russian (Russia), Spanish (Spain), Spanish (United States).
Download the SPFQBeginning, during and end sections. Click Here
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