Elite Clinical Network Quarterly Newsletter, Q3
New Sites Now Open
Central Valley Research – Modesto
Central Valley Research – Fresno
Here’s the Problem with Today’s Human Clinical Trials.
LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif.—The cost to develop and gain
1.What has one head, one foot, and four legs?
2.I travel all over the world, but always stay in my corner. What am I?
3.What starts with a P, ends with an E, and has thousands of letters?
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This quarter we would like to recognize Clayton Shapiro who is a dedicated monitor for Empire Clinical and was chosen for his many characteristics. Besides being very helpful and easy to approach, Clayton always provided extra assistance, in-depth protocol training/clarification and was always available for additional staff training. He always made monitoring visits extremely fun and enjoyable. Empire incorporated a themed Site Initiation Visit for the “Swimmer’s Ear” study and everyone wore Hawaiian Shirts in order to create a positive and enthusiastic kick off! Clayton is always taking us to the next level by getting staff excited about being part of a clinical study. At every monitoring visit, Clayton will always stop by the manager’s office in order to update us on our progress while sharing positive feedback on our lovely staff and PI. Clayton is very personable and we always love having him at our site! Sarah Gordon, Site Supervisor Empire Clinical.
Paulina is energetic, fun, and punctual. She works efficiently and effectively with minimal deviations. Despite the stress level at work, she’s always welcoming and caring towards the subjects. She is a team player because as busy as she is, she always make time to help or train other staff members. She also likes to joke around, thus making the clinic a good work environment and alleviating stress for everyone.
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