|| summer 2019 - internship
Study For Change
Summer of 2019 I spent working on wire-framing a website for Study For Change in order to streamline the prescreening process for pre-qualification applications to participate in a clinical trial. Previously, this process was being done over the phone, costing the staff time and energy that could be devoted elsewhere. We designed two sites, one that would face the public and could be used to apply for trials, and one that would be used by the staff to create the prescreening questionnaires.
You can visit the public site at Studyforchange.com -- please note that it is still under construction, and may not reflect the wireframes below. As updates roll out, the sites appearance may change!
This second screen is probably the most important screen on the site. It displays the selected trial information as well as the trials prescreening questionnaire. As mentioned prior, this screen allows users the opportunity to apply for a clinical trial online. If a user makes it through the questionnaire, they'll receive a notification that lets them know a staff member will follow up with them soon.
Though it's functionality is pretty straight forward, the public site itself was complex to design. You may not recognize the site's appearance, and that's because it's a hybrid of IQVIA branding and the internal UX/UI standards. This is because we want to site to provide the best possible user experience while still looking and feeling like it's IQVIA.
The site's landing screen includes information about available studies, the trial site, and the ability to share the site with others who may be interested.
This is the landing screen on the admin side. Only staff with the login information can access this page, but it is crucial to maintaining the public facing side. Notice, this page has the look and feel of Apollo, IQVIA's internal UX/UI standards. This helps the staff distinguish the two sites from one another while also remaining cohesive with other IQVIA products.
The admin site features a multitude of different functions, including the ability to add or remove studies, questions, or disqualifiers. Admins can also see who has applied for what study, how many times they've applied, and their answers. This makes it easier for the staff to see who is answering honestly, and who is faking answers just to prequalify.
Phase 1 Clinical Trials & Patient Recruitment
This summer, along with my work assigned projects, I worked on a self-motivated project in which I researched Phase 1 Clinical Trials and Patient Recruitment. Most of my research was done on Phase 1 Clinical Trials, though I learned a lot about Clinical Trials as a whole. I found that there is a lot of mystery surrounding Clinical Trials, and that often people are afraid to participate because they don't really know what they are. Most people don't even know that they can participate as healthy volunteers!
My project focuses on offering people information on what exactly Clinical Trials are, how they work, how they can participate, and why they should participate. I created a poster, and three different sizes depending on where it needed to be used, in order to convey this information.
18 x 24in
8.5 x 11in
11 x 17in