Ankylosing Spondylitis Trials
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Psoriatic Arthritis Trials
Rheumatoid Arthritis Trials
We Are a
Premier Clinical Research Network
Welcome to Physician Research Collaboration, a place where clinical research is “your” decision. We are dedicated to developing and maintaining long-term relationships with our volunteers and establishing Physician Research Collaboration as a premier clinical research network.
Physician Research Collaboration combines 40 years of industry sponsored clinical research expertise while partnering with private practice physician groups to provide large established patient populations for quick and complete enrollment.
Investigators who partner with Physician Research Collaboration (PRC) are joining a team of Physicians on the cutting edge of medical discovery to improve health care for their patients
Physician Research Collaboration
Physician Research Collaboration (PRC) was founded in 2006 from a 30 year, established, private practice rheumatology research center to share the expertise of its owners to provide a turnkey approach and immediate profitability to other Physicians who desire to professionally conduct their own clinical research trials.
Who conducts clinical trials?
Many pharmaceutical companies, research institutions, or other health organizations may be the sponsor of a clinical trial. The sponsor is responsible for funding and for designing a protocol with a set of detailed guidelines that are required to be followed in order to conduct the same clinical trial at several different locations throughout the United States, and often times in several foreign countries as well.
Although sponsors fund a clinical trial, independent doctors, nurses, and medical researchers conduct the trial in accordance with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations and abiding by the International Conference on Harmonization Good Clinical Practice (ICH GCP) guidelines.
Who can participate in a Clinical Trial?
A volunteer must qualify for the clinical trial by meeting specific criteria stated in the protocol and must pass a screening process to ensure they are a suitable candidate for the clinical trial.
Some research trials seek volunteers with illnesses or conditions to be studied, while others need healthy volunteers.
It is best to ask your research doctor or research nurse about the criteria required to enter a clinical trial.
Will I be paid for taking part?
You will be compensated for your time and inconvenience to participate in a trial. The study drugs and care is also free to you.
The way these payments will be made will vary depending on your trial, but will be described in full in the Informed Consent Form that will be fully understood before you can start a clinical trial
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