Associated Neurologists has been conducting clinical research for more than 15 years. To date, over 100 clinical trials have been completed, both inpatient as well as outpatient studies, for the following neurologic conditions:
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- What is a clinical trial?
- Why would I participate in a clinical trial?
- What are the benefits and risks of participating in a clinical trial?
The mission of clinical research at Associated Neurologists is to offer an additional form of treatment to patients that may not otherwise be available. The research team strives to provide the highest quality of care for patients involved in clinical studies, treating each patient as an individual with unique concerns and needs.
We protect the rights, welfare, and safety of all research subjects by following Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Standards, upholding established Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) regulations for drug research at clinical sites and ensuring that the data collected are of the highest quality and integrity.
Confidentiality is further ensured by a secured area for Case Report Forms (CRFs) and source documentation record retention. CPR-certified research staff, basic life support equipment in the research area, and proximity within 5 minutes to Danbury Hospital’s Emergency Department further assure patient safety.
Clinical Research Principles
Following are links to the principles and guidelines to which we adhere:
* The Belmont Report Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the protection of human subjects of research
* The World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki
* Guidelines for the Conduct of Research involving Human Subjects at the National Institutes of Health