CHEER sponsors can support specific research projects or access the data in our libraries to compare with their own and draw conclusions that help improve patient care.
Services for Sponsors
CHEER offers a variety of services to sponsors, including:
- The use of CHEER sites for research studies and data on site-level capabilities
- Research sites trained in clinical research
- Statistics and data management centers
- Coordination of multisite studies
- Making data available for pilot studies and to supplement other data
Data Collection Done Right
Working through CHEER ensures the success of your study or project. For epidemiologic, descriptive, or other data collection activities, CHEER is efficient at collecting data quickly and with rigor to help drive research agendas.
Faster, Better Clinical Research Studies
When you involve CHEER at the development phase, we can provide input on study design logistics, which helps you avoid any implementation issues.
Because CHEER ensures all sites are trained and up-to-date on baseline IRB requirements and study conduct, engaging sites through the network eliminates additional time and training required.
The CHEER staff provides an extension of staff at each site, to ensure that sites can meet all of the requirements of the study—quickly, efficiently and with rigor. Our databases allow for pre-study confirmation of the feasibility of reaching enrollment targets. While we are always interested in study or project-specific network collaborations with industry, we are also engaging in discussions for mission-driven partnerships.
Our current sponsors include professional societies, pharmaceutical and device companies, healthcare insurance companies, and other entities that require our services.
- National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)
- Association of Migraine Disorders
- American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation (AAO-HNSF)
Partnership with AAO-HNSF
Our partnership with AAO-HNSF ensures that the broader needs of the otolaryngology community are encompassed in CHEER’s strategic growth. CHEER’s current project assessing the perceptions and use of the AAO-HNSF’s clinical practice guideline on sudden hearing loss is just one example of the value of the partnership.
CHEER is available to consult with other professional societies to share our development story and other network resources such as standard operating procedures, network trainings, and more.
Need more info?
If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor of CHEER, we’d love to have a conversation with you to see how we can work together. Contact Us