We excel in the conduct of comprehensive and thorough feasibility studies; these can be used to gather key data, providing detailed information for use in decision-making on the final design of a clinical trial. A feasibility study can often be extended into an Observational Registry Study to prepare for the requirements for Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER).
The efficient conduct of clinical trials requires appropriate site selection, patient recruitment strategies and compliance with study requirements. A detailed and rigorous feasibility study can establish the countries and sites that are most able to successfully recruit trial appropriate patients. The compiled information also helps to mitigate the impact of inclusion of non-recruiting sites on both the cost and the target recruitment rate.