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Clinical Trial Feasibility and Capacity Planning Tool

1. GENERAL INFORMATION Full Study Title and Trial Number: Sponsor: PI Undertaking Study: Intended Study Commencement Date: HREC Submission Date: Date of Site Selection: Assigned Lead CTC: Start Up Primary Contact Sponsor/CRO: Name: Email: Study Primary Contact Sponsor/CRO: Name: as above Email: Sponsors Intended Commencement Date: HREC Approval Date: 2. RECRUITMENT Would any of [...]

June 23rd, 2020|

Genesis Workplace Health and Safety

Over the past 4 years GRS has created and implemented a unique and standardised framework for workplace health and safety in clinical trials research at a site level. This robust system represents our strong commitment to demonstrating best-practice and innovative approaches when it comes to site management and workplace health and safety. Each year, [...]

February 18th, 2019|

A Business Case for a Pain-Neuromodulation Research Network

Clinical trial sites in Australia provide valuable and meaningful contribution to their local and surrounding communities by way of providing access to novel and compelling therapies for a variety of disease states. The value to customers, such as sponsors and CRO’s is addressing a geographical-based necessity for clinical trial data in a professional, efficient [...]

January 14th, 2019|

Highest Global Enrolment!

Exceeding recruitment expectations is a foundational attitude we have at Genesis Research and something that we pursue in every study, this ethos has helped elevate our value and become the seed for many new opportunities as we have grown. I am very proud of the proactive effort of our enterprise that has once again [...]

July 12th, 2018|

The New Principles of Research Site Communications Best Practice

What management system does your site use to share information between people internal and external to your enterprise that is performed for site benefit and moreover, how does it help your site address risk? I think this is something few clinical research sites ever really consider but is one of the most important aspects [...]

July 5th, 2018|

Opinion: Exploring the Concept of Quality Management for Clinical Research Sites

A Quality Management System (QMS) is a formalised system that documents strategies processes, procedures, and responsibilities for achieving quality policies and objectives. Furthermore, quality management in the clinical research setting can often be defined as compliance with requirements of the trial process and the credibility and reliability of the data obtained. One can find [...]

June 26th, 2018|

Genesis ISO9001 Certification

Genesis Research Services is pleased to announce our 2018 re-certification under ISO9001:2016 for our Quality Management System. Our company has maintained certification under ISO standards for 4 consecutive years. ISO certification confirms that the Genesis Quality Management System applies formal business practices and measurable quality standards in areas such as clinical trial management, human [...]

June 22nd, 2018|

Happy Volunteers!

The trials we work on vary greatly, but one of the things we can control is the way we care for our participants. We reached out to some of our volunteers and this is what they had to say! "They were wonderful, caring and very helpful. Lovely to work with." "I have always found [...]

May 18th, 2018|

Site Development Series: What Your Clinical Trial Participants Really Care About

A clinical trial participant’s experience matters more than ever, not only because we want them to be valued and have a good experience, but because policies, industrial regulations and awareness are driving healthcare services such as clinical research like never before. Clinical trial Participants should trust Investigators and clinical trial coordinators with their health. When [...]

May 15th, 2018|

Precautious measures against COVID-19

To reduce the spread of COVID 19, we will be contacting participants before their appointments to ensure they are well. In order to protect both participants and staff, we have implemented daily temperature checking for all. This continuous monitoring is the only way to reduce the incidence of infection. We trust you understand that we have your best interests at heart and hope you stay well.

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