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Medical Writing – What Does a Medical Writer Do?

Medical writing is a profession dedicated to the communication of medical, scientific and health information, including research reports, consumer (patient) information, and regulatory documents. What is a Medical Writer? A professional medical writer is someone who has an adequate understanding of medical, scientific and health terms and concepts, and the skills to translate such [...]

March 2nd, 2020|

GRS Newsletter – February 2020

Welcome to the new year with Genesis. First of all, our thoughts go out to those affected by the bushfires here in Australia. Our deepest gratitude goes out to the incredible people fighting the fires, and to those providing relief to victims and wildlife. This year, Genesis will continue to bring new clinical trial [...]

February 3rd, 2020|

GRS Newsletter – September 2019

This year has been exceptionally busy for Genesis! We waved goodbye to our longest serving team member and welcomed new staff and investigators. We celebrated significant study enrolment milestones and the initiation of our first investigator-led network project. We've made upgrades to our physical site and website, attended various conferences, developed an online learning [...]

September 26th, 2019|

Did You Know That Genesis Funds Its Own Research?

So far in 2018 we have invested over $30,000 of our own funds into research to further our understanding of what causes Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. This novel internal investigation has enabled new collaborations with some key scientific leaders at the University of Sydney and allowed Genesis to develop new service capabilities, grow our [...]

November 9th, 2018|

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|

Alternate Study Designs to Answer Chronic Pain Research Questions

Often the clinical trial question of significance chosen within a pain research project is a variation of: The introduction or application of X reduces the mean overall pain in patients with Y (and improves quality of life) To answer this and similar pain research questions there are a diverse range of both distinct and [...]

May 1st, 2017|
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