Our current team has first-hand experience in a wide range of designs including Japanese Volunteers.
Experienced working model in determining recruitment
Accurate timeline and cost predictability
Far reaching, therapeutically diverse recruitment database
Specialised in-house recruitment team with over 19 years’ experience in recruiting research participants of all demographics
London location: Unrivalled access to ethnically diverse healthy and patient populations
Partnering with leading specialists for study conduct and patient identification
Benefits of using Richmond Pharmacology
Resourceful: We have tried and tested experience coupled with the target populations to fulfil your needs
Reliable: Feasibility assessments accurately gauge incidence, study acceptability and suitability of study populations based on feedback from clinical trial primed patient panels
Risk mitigation: Recruitment strategies are assessed throughout the study, reviewed and revised where necessary to avoid timelines or cost extensions
Fast and efficient: Recruitment time and accrual rates that can replace multiple Investigator Led sites in multi-centre patient trials
Certainty of delivery: Unremitting on-time on-budget recruitment record
Largest in the UK
We are renowned for our recruitment capabilities. We maintain the largest participant database in the UK with over 250,000 registered and pre-qualified volunteers willing to participate in clinical trials. Our well-established marketing and recruitment methods enable us to engage hard-to-reach patient groups. This allows us to efficiently screen more than 500 volunteers per month and place 150 healthy volunteers and patients into clinical trials.
We rise to the challenge
Our extensive metrics and feasibility assessments offer Sponsors invaluable insight into study acceptability and suitability of the target population. This ensures accurate predictions of recruitment time and attrition rates which benefits the overall timeline planning for the trials we run. As a result, we are able to determine the recruitment effort and identify any potential challenges the study may present at an early stage development, thereby allowing time to address these challenges in a manner that will facilitate study conduct without compromising the scientific quality.