Digital tools to support communication and informed consent in clinical trials
We have developed a suite of digital products to help teams with informed consent in clinical trials and to communicate effectively throughout the life of the trial.
The four main products are featured below and we believe work best as a package but each can be bought individually.
The central product is a user friendly online tool to deliver patient information. We have developed this through work on the NIHR funded TRECA research Project with the University of York and ongoing collaboration with teams at the University of Oxford and University of Liverpool.
Our tools will support trials teams to improve the informing process, provide a professional public facing online presence and disseminate the research results.
Clinical Trials Products
Professional public facing communication
Ethics Research Committee approved on multiple studies
Perfect for engaging Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) groups
Great for targeting hard to reach groups
Selected clinical trials case studies from Morph Animation and Web Studio
Working with the Morph team is great - I’ve worked with them over several studies, and they understand clinical research and what a study needs to be successful. They really become part of the study team during setup, and are hugely responsive.
CRAFFT Study, University of Liverpool
The animations that Morph provided for the RECOVERY trial were really well-received by participants and study staff alike. They have really helped explain the trial to patients at a stressful time in their care and we were delighted with the thought and care that Morph put into helping us develop them.
RECOVERY Trial, University of Oxford
Our team think the animation is brilliant – it was even better than we hoped. Morph has been a great partner working with the research teams from Imperial College London Trials Unit and the University of Cambridge.
HEALTHY START HAPPY START Study, Imperial College London
The animation has already been widely disseminated through conferences and presentations - the first presentation of the animation went down an absolute storm.
VOICES Study, University of Liverpool