Today Don discusses how the recent merger and acquisition activity within the CRO (contract research organization) industry may have created a HUGE competitive advantage for some CRO’s and has indeed made some CRO’s very powerful within our industry. Some issues Don discusses is why the mergers took place at all, how this affects the research clinics out there, and how you may be affected by all of this. Let us know what your thoughts are!
We had the honor of interviewing Tawanna Peracock, a mental health prison registered nurse currently working in Sing Sing New York State Prison. Tawanna discusses her experiences with some of her clients’ participation in clinical trials and she also gives us a glimpse into the world of a psychiatric prison nurse. There are several clinical trial issues we bring up in this interview such as good experiences she and her clients have had with clinical trials, as well as poor experiences. We hope you enjoy this interview.
We always try to keep things honest on this program and even though we happen to work in the clinical trials industry, we realize that it is impossible for everyone to have good clinical trial experiences, and in this interview with Rainette Murphy Lopez, we get into some bad clinical trial experiences that she has had over the years. Rainette was kind enough to share her experiences with us and we hope you can use it to make a more informed decision about trial participation someday. For those of you who work in the clinical trials industry, maybe you can get some suggestions from this interview on how to make your clinical trials more pleasant for your participants.
Today we had the honor of interviewing Ana Marquez, President at Marquez Clinical Site Partners. Ana has a tremendous understanding of how research clinics should operate, both from a clinical operations standpoint as well as from a business standpoint. In this all encompassing interview, Ana and the Gurus delve into the topic of Research Clinics and Money. Pretty much anything you can think of or any question you may have ever had regarding how clinical trial clinics get or should get paid is covered here. We definitely need to do a part 2 of this interview but we encourage you to learn as much as you can from this conversation.
Today Dan and Don answer a viewer’s question regarding opening a second research clinic. When should you do this if ever, and how would one now when the time is right to expand in clinical trials? We hope you find this helpful!
Today we interviewed Phill Jones of AsisChem. In this interview we approached clinical trials from a pre-clinical perspective, which is what Phill is very knowledgeable on. It is important to understand that before clinical trials ever begin on a molecule that the molecule must first be synthesized. This is where Phill and his company come into the picture. We will definitely do a part 2 of this interview due to the poor audio quality towards the end of the video. We hope you can still gain some greater insight on this topic! You may also reach Phill at email@example.com or on LinkedIn. Phile also recommends you check out these websites as well: The Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE), the world’s first peer-reviewed video journal.