Newsletter | May 23, 2012

5.23.12 -- Ever Considered Mobile Nursing For Your Clinical Trials?

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Ever Considered Mobile Nursing For Your Clinical Trials?
By PCM TRIALS
Mobile nursing for a clinical trial is performed by a qualified nurse at an alternate location (home, office, vacation), requiring the same data quality and subject safety as on-site visits. By offering mobile visits for clinical trials, the site can see improvement in patient recruitment, patient retention and compliance, expanded geographic reach, and increased subject convenience.
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