Mobile Research Nursing

What is a Research Nurse?

What does a research nurse do? What is a Research Nurse? A Research Nurse put as simply as possible is a nurse trained specifically to work within clinical trials. They will have an excellent, empathetic approach to the patient and often their families, with the relevant GCP (Good Clinical Practice) […]

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The ever-changing patient centric environment

The patient centricity movement has clearly changed the clinical trial environment forever. This has evidently been for the better for patients and their families. This approach to clinical research has given more patients living hours away from the research site the opportunity to enrol and participate in clinical trials. Mobile […]

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“Nursing was my calling”

Tina Thorpe, research nurse at Illingworth Research Group Australia expresses that her passion for nursing began from an early age. Since then, she feels, it blossomed into a calling. Alongside completing her degree in nursing, Tina worked in a nursing home as an assistant. She states that this further consolidated […]

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New StaySafe Application Improving Research Nurse Safety

At Illingworth Research Group, we pride ourselves on being able to offer a mobile research nursing service to our patients. Not only do we take patient welfare seriously, but the safety and security of our nurses too. This is why we have implemented a new and improved system of keeping […]

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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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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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