Video Release of MDIC’s Maximizing Patient Input in the Design and Development of Medical Device Clinical Trials
In conjunction with its release of the Maximizing Patient Input in the Design and Development of Medical Device Clinical Trials, MDIC issued a short video in which several experts involved in writing the report, including a patient who uses a medical device patient, provided an overview of the purpose of the report, the process by which it was developed, and key recommendations from within the report. Patient input was critical to the development of this report. Patients may be interested in reviewing this video overview of the report, to hear from experts as well as a patient advocate, about the importance of the report’s recommendations.
During this short video, expert speakers reviewed the major recommendations from MDIC’s report on Maximizing Patient Input in the Design and Development of Medical Device Clinical Trials. Speakers include:
- Jon Hunt, MDIC
- Mike Otlewski, MED Institute
- Kevin Kwok, Patient Advocate
- Wendy Selig, WSCollaborative
The topics reviewed during this video include an overview of the report’s scope and context, unique aspects of medical device clinical trials that impact patient engagement objectives, considerations for device developers when seeking to incorporate patient input in their clinical trials, and opportunities for future work to advance this field.