The Clinical Trial Center (CTC) strives to provide the clinical researcher with all the tools necessary to make your clinical study a straightforward, streamlined process. Clinical researchers at Loma Linda University Health (LLUH) are invited to take full advantage of resources available through our One Portal Intranet site. Access is only available while on campus and only with LLUH computer stations.
Manage Your Clinical Study (Access via One Portal Intranet)
Processing a clinical study from onset to completion is a complex project. Careful planning is crucial in order to avoid any delays. Understanding the design and process of clinical studies can provide investigators and their staff with a comprehensive outline and detailed steps of the required processes in order to achieve the successful and efficient conduct of clinical studies. Information about processes for clinical studies and how they are designed is available on the Clinical Trials One Portal Intranet site. One Portal access is required.
Useful Guides and Forms (Access via One Portal Intranet)
Find what you need in our comprehensive collection of CTC forms on the One Portal Intranet. Look through guides and handbooks to discover extensive information about managing your clinical study. One Portal access is required.
- CTC Forms
- Research Price Lists
- Clinical Laboratory
- Investigational Drug and Device
- Coordinator Toolbox
- Tools and References
- Tip Sheets
How to Recruit Patients
Successful recruitment into clinical trials is best achieved by developing a practical recruitment plan based upon well-demonstrated recruitment strategies, a dedicated research team, and adequate resources. Additionally, it is crucial that the PI and the research team have positive and supportive relationships with the subjects being recruited.
Statistical Analysis Assistance by RCG
The Research Consulting Group (RCG) provides research and evaluation services for clinical, public health, and community-based entities at the University and in the local and global community. The RCG provides expert assistance in all aspects of health research (biostatistics, epidemiology, health geo-informatics, program evaluation). RCG personnel include senior research faculty from the School of Public Health, a full time RCG Coordinator and senior analyst, and a staff of experienced research analysts.
For additional research-related information, visit the links below on our site and the Loma Linda University Research Affairs website.