We continue the conversation with Darcy Forman in part 2 on the People Always, Patients Sometimes podcast. In this episode we’ll discuss the advantages inherent within a smaller clinical research firm and how best to leverage those advantages – sometimes being closer to the problem grants better clarity and the agility to innovate without getting bogged down in committee.
We also take a closer look at patient engagement in clinical trials, past and present, and discuss what innovation is necessary to bring clinical research into the future. And now, the culmination of our interview with Darcy Forman on People Always, Patients Sometimes.
If you haven’t heard the first part of our conversation, check out the episode here.
Connect with Darcy Forman
Darcy on LinkedIn
Firma Clinical Research website
Firma Clinical Research on Twitter
Janet Kennedy is the founder and host of the Get Social Health podcast series that began in 2014. Kennedy is the senior digital brand manager at Spencer Health Solutions and is a founding member of the Healthcare Podcasters Network. She also is a member of the external advisory board of the Mayo Clinic Social Media Network.