Richmond Pharmacology and Trial4Us were referenced in a recent Guardian article titled: Clinical trials: how taking the pills may pay those bills.

The focus is on how clinical research organisations, such as Richmond Pharmacology, are encouraging volunteers to participate in crucial early phase clinical research and how their experience is tailored to ensure they are as comfortable as possible during the process. For example, providing access to super fast broadband to enable volunteers to continue to work from the unit, stream entertainment or access in-house entertainment such as Netflix, games and reading materials. We also have a concierge service to help with transport and accommodation options. The article also contains important safety and regulatory assurances for members of the public.

Richmond Pharmacology are sector leaders in the conduct of clinical trials in both healthy and patient populations. This is demonstrated though excellent feedback and high retention rates which are essential in the safe delivery of clinical studies.

Reflections from our recent trial participants are available to view here.

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Sunday, June 4th to Tuesday June 6th 2023
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