Clinical trials are conducted to evaluate investigational products to determine their safety and effectiveness as treatments for specific diseases or clinical conditions. Post-approval, non-interventional and observational studies can be used to address questions pertaining to safety surveillance, risk management and efficacy. Correct study choice and effective execution are paramount to achieving the desired goals.
Clinical Research Ireland offers a range of specialised services that assist and support pharmaceutical companies to bring new drugs to market faster. We specialise in the site-sourcing, planning, management and execution of Phase II-IV clinical trials across a broad range of therapeutic areas, ranging from small scale studies to support for larger contract research organisations in the running of more complex, multinational projects. We provide customised services, which can be deployed on a stand-alone basis or as part of an integrated full-service solution. Working with leading clinical groups in the Primary Care and Specialist Clinic, we are able to provide our collaborators with rapid access to patient populations with a broad range of clinical conditions. All of our sites use electronic data capture systems, optimising the ability to identify suitable cohorts for research participation.
Through our service capability and experienced team, we are ready to meet the challenges of executing pharmaceutical trials. All of our staff and clinical research collaborators involved in the conduct of clinical trials in sites managed by Clinical Research Ireland are certified in International Conference on Harmonisation Good Clinical Practice (ICH-GCP) for Clinical Trial Sites as necessary to meet standards required by national and international regulatory bodies.