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  • Clinical trials are how new medicines are developed.

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  • Free Health Education

    If you have a health condition, you will improve your knowledge and understanding of your condition.

    Reimbursement

    Participants are reimbursed for time, travel, expenses or other costs.

    Free health monitoring

    Participants receive free regular health monitoring from Doctors, Nurses and study staff.

    Access to new treatments

    Gain access to the latest medicines. Your treatment may make a difference to your health outcomes

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128 days ago

ARE YOU 60 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER?

Tristan Riley from Southern Clinical Trials Tasman

E. coli is the most common cause of UTI and bloodstream infection in older adults. This research study will assess the effectiveness and safety of an investigational vaccine in the prevention of bloodstream infection. To learn more about this clinical research study and see if it’s right for you,… View moreE. coli is the most common cause of UTI and bloodstream infection in older adults. This research study will assess the effectiveness and safety of an investigational vaccine in the prevention of bloodstream infection. To learn more about this clinical research study and see if it’s right for you, please contact our clinic in Stoke, Nelson.

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204 days ago

Are you aged 60 years or older? Help us find a way to prevent RSV disease.

Tristan Riley from Southern Clinical Trials Tasman

Older adults are at an increased risk of developing serious complications, including inflammation of the lungs or pneumonia, from respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV. The main goal of the EVERGREEN Study is to see if an investigational study vaccine can prevent RSV disease caused by a respiratory … View moreOlder adults are at an increased risk of developing serious complications, including inflammation of the lungs or pneumonia, from respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV. The main goal of the EVERGREEN Study is to see if an investigational study vaccine can prevent RSV disease caused by a respiratory syncytial virus in older adults.

You may be eligible to take part in the study if you are 60 years of age or older, can do your usual daily activities even with some interference from any health conditions, and are able to use smartphone, tablet or computer. Those who qualify may receive the investigational study vaccine and trial-related medical care at no cost and reimbursement for study-related travel expenses.

Participants may receive study-related care throughout the study from a team of experienced doctors and nurses, at our clinic in Stoke.

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206 days ago

Staph. aureus vaccine clinical trial

Tristan Riley from Southern Clinical Trials Tasman

Skin and soft tissue infections include boils, abscesses, cellulitis and impetigo. A clinical study is happening right now to evaluate an investigational vaccine that may provide protection against skin and soft tissue infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus. You may be eligible to participate … View moreSkin and soft tissue infections include boils, abscesses, cellulitis and impetigo. A clinical study is happening right now to evaluate an investigational vaccine that may provide protection against skin and soft tissue infections caused by Staphylococcus aureus. You may be eligible to participate in this study if you are 18 to 64 years old with a current or recent infection.

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246 days ago

Clinical trials in Nelson

Tristan Riley from Southern Clinical Trials Tasman

Help to develop new medications and treatments, such as vaccines, through taking part in a clinical trial. People across Nelson, Marlborough and Tasman can work with our team of Doctors and Nurses to support health research. If you have a health condition, you will improve your knowledge and … View moreHelp to develop new medications and treatments, such as vaccines, through taking part in a clinical trial. People across Nelson, Marlborough and Tasman can work with our team of Doctors and Nurses to support health research. If you have a health condition, you will improve your knowledge and understanding of your condition, and your treatment may make a difference to your health outcomes. If you are a healthy volunteer, please consider taking part in a vaccine trial to help develop new vaccines against common but significant diseases. We see Clinical trials as a social good that helps all people in need of new health care options.

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