Targeted and rooted in a desire to identify, recruit and involve over the long term more representative people in research projects.
To obtain generalizable research results and health innovations suitable for all, it is essential to identify gaps in the diversity of research cohorts to improve their representativeness. Our DEI assessment tools provide usable indicators and optimization suggestions that support teams in including participants in their research projects or innovation tests.
To enjoy reliable care and equitable innovations, more women, older people, people of ethno-cultural diversity, and people with socioeconomic disadvantages must be included in research. Our approach to recruiting pre-qualified participants in relevant pools combines people and technologies to meet participant quotas, even those that are difficult to meet.
For everyone's health and well-being, it is critical to open up science to society by making research participation easily accessible and informing about the latest research findings to concerned audiences. Our follow-ups and knowledge transfer approaches are human-directed and facilitated by technologies to keep participants active and engaged throughout research projects.