Patient recruitment must evolve, says Cutting Edge Information

By Natalie Morrison

- Last updated on GMT

Companies looking to outsource patient recruitment need to think outside the box, says Cutting Edge Information’s director of research Eric Bolesh.

When Bolesh spoke to Outsourcing-Pharma podcast, in part two of our patient recruitment special, he said that challenging old views – such as those of recruitment in developing countries – is crucial for the survival of sourcing people for trials.

He also believes new media and social networking technology holds untapped potential.

Bolesh can also be heard at our upcoming conference Patient Recruitment Outsourcing in Boston, from September 26 – 27.

Click here​ to sign up for the event.

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