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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|

Participant Recruitment – celebrating 5 years on social media

5 years ago... 5 years ago we decided to join our first social media platform, Facebook and use it as a means to connect local people with clinical trials. We were frustrated by the available options for recruiting participants into clinical trials and believed there had to be a better way. We had the [...]

December 11th, 2019|

Did You Know that Genesis Conducts its Own Studies?

Most clinical trials are developed, funded and managed by pharmaceutical or medical device companies. Here at Genesis Research, we also conduct “investigator-initiated studies”. These are research studies that are developed and managed by our own doctors and research team. Investigator-Initiated Studies Investigator-initiated studies are subject to all the same regulations, safety standards, and ethical [...]

June 3rd, 2019|

Clinical Trials – The Screening Process

If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, you will first have to undergo a screening process to determine if you qualify for the trial. Screening may begin over the phone or online – this is known as pre-screening. The full screening process involves a visit to the clinical site where your [...]

May 10th, 2018|

Introduction to Clinical Trials – What are they? What Happens? Who is Involved?

What are Clinical Trials? Clinical trials are research studies that are conducted in people (healthy participants or patients with a specific health issue) in order to study and test new medical treatments, such as drugs, vaccines, medical devices (e.g. spinal cord stimulators), medical procedures (e.g. surgical procedures), and diagnostic tests. Clinical trials may also [...]

January 17th, 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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