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14th DIA Japan Annual Meeting 2017

[V7-S2] Patient Participation – Patient Centric Approach to Clinical Trials

    Session Chair(s)
      Yukihiro  Matsuda, MSc

      Yukihiro Matsuda, MSc

      • Research Scientist, Trial Mgmt., Clinical Development Operations & Innovatiion
      • Eli Lilly Japan K.K., Japan
    To realize healthcare truly valuable to patients, a more patient-centric approach to clinical trials/clinical research is one of the essential steps. Outside Japan, even a mobile app is now available, which enables patients to find a clinical trial targeting the disease they suffer from or to look for their nearest study site. In this session, we will look at how a patient-centric approach can make clinical trials/clinical research more relatable to patients. We will also introduce some useful mobile apps, websites, and data use ideas for Patient Participation and data collection. A panel discussion will be held to discuss the possible challenges these tools must overcome to be widely used in Japan.
      Daisuke  Maki

      A Thought about Patient Centered Clinical Trial ~ From the PRO (Patient Recruitment Organization) Perspective

      Daisuke Maki

      • PRO Business Promotion Headquarters Office Head
      • CROèe Inc., Japan
      Maki  Uchimura, MBA

      Digital Trial Guide: Awareness Activities to Clinical Trials in Eli Lilly and Company Corporate

      Maki Uchimura, MBA

      • Clinical Innovation & Business Integration, Clinical Dev. Ops & Innovation
      • Eli Lilly Japan K.K., Japan
      Kayo  Waki, MD, PhD, MPH

      GlucoNote ResearchKit-Based Cinical Sstudy for Type 2 Diabetes and IGT Patients

      Kayo Waki, MD, PhD, MPH

      • Project Associate Prof, Dept of Ubiquitous Health Informatics,School of Medicine
      • Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Japan

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