Reading, comprehensibility and usability
for educational materials and other medical documents
clinical trials documents (patient information, diaries, questionnaires, etc.)
Clear writing is very important in medical and pharmaceutical documents. It supports the safe and effective use of your product, it enhances consumer confidence and it minimizes risk.
Educational material for physicans or patients are often additional requirement for your registration. The challenge is to give the most important information clearly any easily written in the short. Finally an user test indicates whether the complex material is supportive for physicans or patients.
This likewise applies to patient Information documents in clinical trials. Clear writing ensures that study participants are well informed. It also encourages their active participation and adherence to the study schedule, which as a result optimizes data collection.
Using validated methods, our readability user tests check whether your medical and pharmaceutical documents are clear and understandable to the target group. Our analysis incorporates our extensive experience with clinical trials and know-how regardingmedical/medicinal and pharmaceutical texts.
We maintain an extensive test person panel in both Germany and the UK and have the cooperation of several patient self-help groups. Therefore we can target, as much as possible, a test to its intended readership.
We are looking forward to test for you:
- educational materials for medical professionals e.g. consulting documents, therapy guidebooks, and product preparations
- patient training materials e.g.hypertension-training
- patient brochures, guides, and checklists
- instructions for use (IFU) for medical devices and technical equipment for example of blood pressure monitors, blood glucose tests, clinical thermometers, inhalers, syringes, etc.
- patient support / compliance programs (PSP), also providing apps, software, and/or websites in combination with a user test
DOCUMENTS FOR CLINICAL TRIALS:
- study descriptions, patient information for clinical trials (patient information sheets (PIS))
- informed consent forms for clinical trials (ICF)
- patient diaries
- questionnaires to record patient assessments (patient-reported outcome (PRO)), such requests about the quality of life, experienced symptoms, and satisfaction of patient