For years, Sara worked in a hospital, making care possible for others. Now, after being diagnosed with breast cancer, she was the one in need of care.
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Through these series of reports, we will share feedback from both our quantitative and qualitative research sources to support greater understanding and highlight areas for action.
Bridging the Gap: Strategies for Addressing Racial, Ethnic and Cultural Disparities in Clinical Research
Discussion on Diversity reports provide in-depth, expert insight from a range of seasoned professionals with extensive knowledge about life sciences, patient advocacy, life sciences, and diversity, equity, and inclusion in healthcare.
Our Research Methods
Hosted semi-structured roundtables with Black, Latinx, Asian, transgender and non-binary members of Parexel’s Patient Advisory Councils in Australia, Germany, Italy, UK and US.
Held in-depth discussions with medical professionals across US and Canada.
Received input from 1,945 respondents across a broad range of racial and ethnic groups in Australia, Canada, France, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Spain, UK and US.
Conducted interviews with Black, Latinx and Asian members of the UK and US public.
Conducted a series of scientific literature searches for articles published from January 2018 to July 2022 that specifically mentioned transgender or non-binary patients.
The contents of this report are the opinions of third parties derived from surveys, focus group sessions, interviews and patient advisory group meetings and do not reflect the opinions or positions of Parexel or its affiliates.