BBK Health Union partnership

HCPs Are Important Ingredient – But Not Entire Recipe – for Clinical Trial Participation

Key findings from a joint survey conducted by Health Union and BBK Worldwide - featuring perspectives from pharmaceutical and biotechnology sponsors, physicians, and patients - challenge the long-held notion that physicians are reluctant to refer their patients to other specialists for access to clinical trials.

Living With Macular Degeneration: Cora Lyn S

Cora Lyn Sears talks about diagnosis and treatment for macular degeneration, the leading cause of vision loss in the U.S.

Living With COPD: Michelle V

For Michelle Vincent, receiving a diagnosis of COPD at the age of 42 completely changed her world.

Living With Psoriasis: Chris P

In this episode of the Living With podcast, Chris shares how he became more educated and began to advocate for himself and others living with psoriasis. As Chris said, “it’s a full body disease, not just a skin condition.”

WHITEPAPER: Patient Interest and Participation in Clinical Trials: What Really Matters

What patient characteristics really influence interest – and more importantly, participation – in clinical research? To help answer this question, Health Union compiled data from more than 21,000 respondents across six surveys conducted in 2014 and 2015 to examine factors involved in patients’ interest and participation in clinical research.