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BIO International Convention 2015

BIO International Convention 2015

Our Managing Director John Illingworth joined more than 15,000 attendees and over 2000 CEOs at the pivotal industry event BIO International Convention in Philadelphia on June 15-18. With a clinical infrastructure covering most therapeutic areas varying from clinical research units, primary, secondary and tertiary care sites across Europe and with partners in North […]

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A Week In The Life of a Medical Photographer

A Week In The Life of a Medical Photographer

When I tell people I’m a medical photographer I quite often get the same response, usually something along the lines of either ‘what’s one of those’ or ‘what x-rays and things?’ or even just a general confused expression. Many people don’t know we exist unless they work in healthcare or […]

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Mole Mapping: An Overview

By Kevin Jacob, Senior Medical Photographer at Illingworth Research 10th May 2012 What is Mole Mapping? With regards to a person’s naevi moles, it is the mapping of a selection or all sites using photography.  The resultant record can then be catalogued and used as a comparator when monitoring for […]

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Clinical Trial Technology: The Informed Consent iPad Application

There has been much talk recently regarding a shift to a more centralised, internet-based approach to many aspects of the clinical trial process, including data collection and monitoring, and storage of essential documents. Monitoring is one area where progress has been made, particularly with the recent FDA and EU draft […]

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Do small firms really need a big pipeline to get top CROs’ focus?

By Lee Woodward, Clinical Research Manager, Illingworth Research 28th March 2012 A recent article published by Outsourcing-Pharma.com described the challenges that small-to-medium sized pharma face when outsourcing clinical trials. In recent years, large pharmaceutical companies have formed strategic partnerships with large CROs to cater for their large pipeline. But who […]

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Cutting the Red Tape of Clinical Trial Regulations

The regulations and guidelines governing Clinical Trials in the UK can often be extremely complicated and over-burdensome, according to the Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency (MHRA). For five weeks, from 9th March 2012 to 12th April 2012, the MHRA are asking for views and comments on this issue from Industry […]

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