James Lind Institute work tirelessly to service our members in their clinical research engagement.

Our operational department, James Lind Care, employ experienced study nurses who guide our members in order to secure them an easy and safe experience.

The Patients Criteria to Clinical Research

The five elements (benefit, purpose, incentives, ease and intervention) are the patient’s criteria looking at any study. Prevalence and matching the I/E-criteria alone do not decide whether the patient will participate. In order to enroll patients in a study, you need to include the patient’s own perspective. When we at James Lind Care are providing our members’ services to pharmaceutical and biopharma companies, we activate these criteria.

Patient Protocol Review

  • How is your protocol perceived by the relevant patients?
  • How does it compare in attractiveness to other studies in the same disease?
  • Which elements should be improved to increase attractiveness.

We analyze your protocol with reference to the five criteria as perceived by patients.

Feasibility Simulation

Feasibility should be based on actual and live patient data. Our members engage themselves in the clinical research at the earliest stage by providing their health data for feasibility analysis.
James Lind Care’s Feasibility simulation is the closest you can get to testing actual trial inclusion prior to protocol submission.

The patient path

We attentively and caringly guide the patient from initial interest in engagement to enrolment into the right trial. James Lind Care’s dedicated team of study nurses in all countries talk intensively with each patient, before the patient is recommended to a study. Well-informed and motivated participants from James Lind Care are committed and well prepared when referred to site for screening.

About us

James Lind Institute is an international patient organisation founded in 2011. It facilitates research focused patient communities in Europe, guiding patients in their clinical trial engagements.

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