Patient Recruitment Case Study: Sjögren's Syndrome - Stark / Raving Health
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Patient Recruitment Case Study: Sjögren’s Syndrome

A Randomized, Placebo-controlled, Double-blind, Multicenter Study to Assess the Efficacy and Safety of Nipocalimab in Adults with Primary Sjogren's Syndrome

THE CLINICAL TRIAL
The primary objective of the Dahlias Study was to assess the efficacy and safety of an IV drug designed to lower the levels of autoantibodies circulating in the bloodstream and ease symptoms for adults with Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome (PSS). Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome is an autoimmune disorder characterized by the body’s immune system attacking its own moisture-producing glands, leading to dryness in the mouth and eyes. PSS can significantly impact individuals by causing chronic dryness of the mouth and eyes, which can lead to difficulties in speaking, swallowing, and increased risk of dental decay and eye infections.

 

THE PROJECT
Dahlias’ clinical team needed assistance with patient recruitment and retention for their clinical trial that included eleven countries and multiple languages. To achieve this, the team collaborated with Stark / Raving Health to create a suite of patient and site facing materials that promoted study enrollment and facilitated study participation.

Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment

A study toolkit designed to support patients and site staff equally.

Empowering patients to make informed decisions is as crucial as equipping site staff with the tools needed to educate patients with Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome about the study opportunity. For the clinical trial, our creative team developed a range of study materials targeting both patients and site staff. These tools kept the trial top-of-mind and ensured adherence to the protocol’s requirements.

Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment

Boosting patient recruitment with site-specific promotional tools.

Our team designed IRB-approved social media advertisements to help study sites expand their databases of potential participants. These ads were crafted to improve site-based recruitment efforts. Furthermore, we created promotional content for Primary Sjögren’s Syndrome advocacy groups and referring physicians to broaden each site’s reach and network of potential participants.

Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment
Clinical study materials design for rare disease patient recruitment

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