Posts Tagged ‘Examples’

$5 or $500? 6 factors for clinical study enrollment costs

The cost to enroll a participant in any clinical research study varies depending on many factors. Wayturn helps researchers find participants using digital advertising, and when we estimate costs some factors come up time and time again. This article goes through 6 factors to help researchers better estimate budget and recruitment timelines for clinical studies.…

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Enrolling healthy volunteers using digital advertising

Clinical research studies often need to enroll healthy participants. Most often within a certain demographic – parents, a particular age range, a geographical location, and so on. While the strategies for enrolling people with digital advertising in all of these demographics will be different, they have one thing in common: A healthy participant has fundamentally…

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How to recruit Veterans with PTSD for clinical research

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur following any traumatic event: Violent personal assaults, natural or human-caused disasters, accidents, combat, and other forms of violence. The strategies in this article will focus on military veterans with PTSD but are also relevant for other demographics. Wayturn often helps clinical research studies find veterans, or active duty personnel,…

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How to recruit smokers for research studies

Research studies that need participants who smoke do very well on social media. Facebook, Instagram, and Youtube are fantastic for reaching smokers – but certain creative considerations can make or break your advertising efforts. We at Wayturn have learned these lessons the hard way – by spending money on advertisements to recruit participants for behavioral…

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