We offer expertise in health communication, interpersonal communication, graphic design, marketing and public relations, clinical recruitment processes, and participant-centered approaches.

Direct Support

Our recruitment and retention specialists are available to contribute directly to your project.

We offer expertise in health communication, interpersonal communication, graphic design, marketing and public relations, clinical recruitment processes, and participant-centered approaches.

Some of our most popular services:

  • Protocol and study design analysis
  • Recruitment and retention planning
  • Revision or creation of participant-facing materials
  • Optimization of consent forms and creation of consent aids
  • Revision or creation of recruitment scripts and coordinator communications
  • Graphic design and visual layout
  • Social media planning and support
  • Recruitment JumpStart – comprehensive recruitment optimization prior to study launch
  • Recruitment Rescue – comprehensive recruitment troubleshooting for active studies
  • Customized staff training

Direct support is offered at an hourly recharge rate of $52. Whether you are in the midst of a project or budgeting for a new one, we are happy to work with you to find the best solution and can provide you with an up-front estimate for desired services.

Request a free consultation today to meet with one of our recruitment experts to get advice on your project and learn more about how we can help!

Please note: Recharge rate may be adjusted annually

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