Do you think you may be interested in participating in a clinical study in your area? If so, the first thing you need to do is find a reputable clinical research facility staffed with highly qualified professionals…
One of the New Smyrna Beach area’s best medical research facilities is Riverside Clinical Research, a facility renowned for its innovative clinical studies that has built a well-earned stellar reputation for clinical research trial trendsetting. Riverside Clinical Research is an award-winning research facility, fully staffed with dedicated professionals who are continually breaking new ground in medicine and leading the way to better care.
Additionally, Riverside Clinical Research professionals are highly credentialed and knowledgeable and offer combined clinical trial experience of over 50 years.
The next thing you need to do is find out what clinical trial is right for you…
A simple way to learn about clinical trials in your area is to enroll with Riverside Clinical Research so that you may be contacted about studies conducted in your area. In addition, here is some relevant information about the current testing and clinical trials being conducted and those planned at Riverside Clinical Research that may be helpful:
Phase I, II, III and IV studies to support requirements leading to new drug application are conducted at Riverside Clinical Research. If you qualify for any of the following upcoming clinical trials at Riverside Clinical Research, you may be compensated for time and travel.
If you suffer from migraines, you may be eligible to volunteer for Riverside Clinical Research’s upcoming Acute Migraine Clinical Study.
If you have kidney disease, have been diagnosed with high blood pressure and your high blood pressure persists even though you are taking your currently prescribed blood pressure medicine, you may be eligible for the upcoming CKD/Uncontrolled HTN Clinical Trial at Riverside Clinical Research.
You may be eligible for Riverside Clinical Research’s Gastrointestinal Symptoms Clinical Trial if you have a six-month history of any one of the following symptoms: abdominal pain, abdominal cramping, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bloating or feeling full without finishing meals and are unresponsive to corrective medication or dietary supplements.
If you have anemia and congestive heart failure, you may be eligible to volunteer for the Heart Failure/Iron Deficiency Clinical Trial at Riverside Clinical Research.
If you have had one or more of the following symptoms in the last 48 hours, you may be eligible for an RSV Infection Clinical Trial at Riverside Clinical Research: sinus congestion, nasal discharge, headache, fatigue, sneezing, wheezing, sore throat, coughing, shortness of breath, hoarseness, earache or fever.
You may be eligible for the Riverside Clinical Research COPD Clinical Trial if you have been diagnosed with COPD, are a current or ex-smoker with at least a ten-year, one pack a day history and have been treated and /or hospitalized due to COPD two or more times.
There is also an upcoming Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Trial in need of volunteers who have been diagnosed with the disease; a Renal Impairment Clinical Study in need of volunteers with low kidney function; and a PSVT Clinical Trial for those who have been diagnosed with Paroxysmal Supraventricular Tachycardia with documentation of at least one previous PSVT episode.
You also always make an informed decision, so it is important that you ask questions such as…
What is the purpose of the trial? Where will it be held and how long will it last? What treatments will be used and how? How will I be safely monitored? What are the possible benefits and can I opt to remain on the treatment after the trial has ended? Are there risks involved and what happens if I am harmed during the clinical trial? What happens after the trial?
Finally, you should know…
Clinical research and the findings that are uncovered within the clinical trial process are vital to advancement of medicine and, more specifically, essential for discovering better ways to prevent, treat, control and diagnose illnesses.
The professionals at Riverside Clinical Research are working diligently today to enhance lives through improved medical outcomes tomorrow. If you would like to help build a brighter future by joining the dedicated team Riverside Clinical Research as a clinical trial volunteer, please feel free to call Riverside Clinical Research for more information at 386-428-7730 Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. or Friday from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.; or email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more about the clinical research trials at Riverside Clinical Research by accessing our patient portal which can be found on our website.
There are also additional – more personal – benefits to the volunteers of Riverside Clinical Research studies. Riverside Clinical Research volunteers not only markedly contribute to significant breakthroughs in medicine; they are often able to benefit from innovative medical treatments before they are made available to the general public. In addition, Riverside Clinical Research volunteers are paid for their time, there are no costs for the medical procedures or treatments provided and there is no insurance necessary to participate.
Riverside Clinical Research doctors and experienced research professionals work closely with clinical trial volunteers to monitor and assess the benefits and effectiveness of certain treatment. Riverside Clinical Research can support up to 26 in-house patients and a large number of outpatients. Riverside Clinical Research is conveniently located at 1410 S. Ridgewood Avenue in Edgewater.