Clinical research is key to saving lives, lowering health care costs and reducing waste and inefficiencies in our health care system. To highlight the latest insights from prominent health and research leaders, The Association of Clinical Research Organization has launched a new video series about the importance of clinical research. In the latest installment, John Lewis, Vice President of Public Affairs interviews Research!America president and CEO, Mary Woolley about what’s next for research, the public perception of clinical trials and how we should encourage more minority participation in clinical trials. According to a recent Research!America poll, altruism is a strong motivating factor for clinical trial participation in the general population and more so among several minority groups. To view the series, check out @ACROHealthChannel.
ACRO’s new video series about the importance of clinical research
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Posted in: Advocacy Messages, Basic Research/Basic Science, Clinical Research, Economic Impact, Global and Public Health R&D, Innovation/Competitiveness, Mary Woolley, Research Advocacy, Research Investment/Funding, Research!America | Tagged: ACRO, clinical research, clinical trials, John Lewis, Mary Woolley, polls, Research!America, The Association of Clinical Research Organization