The struggle to find participants is one of the most devastating challenges when it comes to clinical research trials. Simply put, there is no study if the subjects are not there. In fact, many clinical research studies hit a dead end when they reach the trial stage due to a lack of participants. Of course, only a few people, if any, are willing to take a risk of such gravity. So, how will you attract volunteer participants as a breast augmentation researcher? The answer lies in how you will refine your message.
Packaging Your Message
You will appreciate that not everyone is eligible for breast augmentation trials. Particularly, people with life-threatening conditions must be exempted. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t want to have breast implants. Do you know that out of the thousands of women that have benefited from Motiva breast implants, only a few would be willing to participate in the trial of the same products? Yes, that’s because of the fear of the unknown.
That said, one of the best ways to attract volunteers to participate in your clinical trials is to begin by addressing their concerns.
Highlight compensation: Explain in the volunteer agreement how you will compensate them just in case things go south.
Show your commitment to excellence: Share with the volunteers things like your focus on safety, monitoring protocols, and potential outcomes of the study. Explain how the implants you’re trying are related to the existing best, such as Motiva implants.
Explain the goal of the research: Is it for improving and refining breast augmentation procedures? More people may be willing to volunteer once they realize that your research is for moving healthcare forward.