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Clinical trials.

Bringing a drug to market is a hugely expensive investment and we believe nothing should be left to chance. Working with not only our clients, but also patients and healthcare professionals, we incorporate our knowledge and skills of data visualisation, design and the principles of health literacy with our specialist writing experience to produce materials that help guide trial participants through their journey.

We take the complexity out of the process and simplify it for all involved, whether through recruitment materials for study investigators or guides for patients and their families. Examples of this are our ‘Clinical trials explained…’ book and website which have both been endorsed by the Clinical and Contract Research Association (CCRA) UK.

Protocol review

Protocol review

Challenge Assessment

Challenge assessment

Tailored Materials

Tailored materials

Content Creation

Content creation

Health literacy and medical writing

Study Branding

Study branding



Data Visualisation

Data visualisation

Visual Communication

Visual communication

Material Engineering

Material engineering

Translation Management

Translation management



(digital and print)

Data Visualisation Visual Communication Material Engineering Translation Management

Clinical Trials Explained website

‘The Clinical Trials Explained’ website is a simple on-line guide for anyone who has been asked to participate in a clinical trial, or has decided to volunteer for one. It provides clear information presented in plain English, making clinical trials easier to navigate.

The Clinical Trials Explained website is endorsed by the Clinical and Contract Research Association (CCRA).

“Straightforward and comprehensive, Dr Elizabeth Walder’s guide to clinical trials gives us a clear overview of one of the most complex parts of clinical research. Taking us through each part of the trial process, from their functions to their follow-up, in plain, every-day language, Dr Walder’s guide offers an accessible way to ensure patients know all they need to know to help them join in and stay in a trial. A useful resource for trial organisers and participants alike.”

Professor Atholl Johnston, FFPM, FBPHS, FRCPATH. President of the CCRA

If you would like to find out how we can help you improve the clinical trial experience for all involved or you would like a copy of our book ‘Clinical trials in plain English’ please get in touch.