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Patient Centricity – Fact vs Fiction

Patient Centricity – Fact vs Fiction

Here at Illingworth Research Group Ltd we are very passionate about patient centricity and feel it lies at the heart of what will become the future of clinical trials… after all if there are no patients, then there are no trials! However, recent research has identified a gap; high proportions […]

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Wear a Hat Day for Brain Tumour Research

Wear a Hat Day for Brain Tumour Research

Illingworth have been fundraising again this time for Brain Tumour Research with their Wear a Hat Day. We had a little Easter themed brunch, great excuse for cakes and chocolate to raise some money for a good cause. The cause: Brain Tumour Research, brain tumours are indiscriminate; they can affect […]

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Partnerships in Clinical Trials 2017

Partnerships in Clinical Trials 2017

Our last conference of 2017 this year hosted at the vast RAI conference centre in Amsterdam. Partnerships in Clinical Trials is one of the larger industry conferences and aims to tackle some of the future challenges and opportunities within the sector. This year’s theme was patient centricity and the changing attitudes […]

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Action Duchenne Annual Conference

Action Duchenne Annual Conference

Last weekend saw Illingworth attend the Action Duchenne Annual Conference. Action Duchenne focuses on improving the lives of sufferers of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. This might be by means of trialling a new drug in a clinical trial or a state of the art mobility equipment, anything which may help support […]

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Tales of a Research Nurse…

Tales of a Research Nurse…

Sarah Forrest – Blood Samples and Hula Dancing My role as an off-site research nurse requires me to visit patients in a setting of their choice and convenience to carry out procedures such as blood sampling, administration of medications, recording of blood pressures, or applying monitors. Usually this is within […]

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Mobile Research Nursing in Australia

Mobile Research Nursing in Australia

Bringing the trial to the patient, Illingworth’s latest article in Cognitio an Arcs Australia publication designed for medtech, biotech and pharmaceutical professionals. This article written by Helen Springford (Vice President of Strategic Development) and Peter Allan (Research Nursing Project Manager) focuses on how taking a clinical trial to the patient […]

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Industry News: New Developments for Acute Myeloid Leukaemia

The FDA has recently announced its approval of the very first treatment for certain types of poor-prognosis acute myeloid leukaemia (AML for short). AML is a frighteningly rapidly progressing cancer which forms in the bone marrow and as a result increases the number of white blood cells in the bloodstream. […]

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