Welcome to the Assessment of the Trends in Sharing Trial Results Summaries (complete in 3-5 minutes)

Trial Results Summaries

Clinical trial investigators and sponsors are increasingly committed to providing Trial Results Summaries, also known as Plain or Lay Language Summaries to participants, patients, and the public.

There is a growing understanding that participants and patients have a right to receive information on the results of clinical trials in a language and format that is clear, concise, and factual.

Purpose of the Assessment
This assessment is designed to capture the trends in trial results summary sharing and will allow you to benchmark your approach against that of your peers.

Thank you once again for contributing to this initiative. Your input is much appreciated.

Frequently Asked Questions
How long will it take to complete this assessment?
Depending on your answers, this assessment covers 4 - 8 questions that should take only about 5-7 minutes to complete.

NOTE: if there are questions that you can't answer on the first pass, you can always come back to the question at a later date.
Can I save my answers and complete the assessment in stages?
Yes, your answers are saved every time you click the NEXT button, which means that you can complete the assessment in stages.
Can I edit my previous answers?
Yes, you may edit your previous responses, provided you have not clicked the 'DONE' button after the last question. To visit a previous page, click the 'PREV' button at the bottom of the page.
Why do some questions start with an asterisk?
Any question marked with an asterisk * requires an answer.

If you have any questions related to this assessment, please contact Thomas Wicks at thomas@trialscope.com, or call +1(201)903-2106