We provide end-to-end CRO and SMO services in specific therapeutic areas, including CNS diseases, cardio-metabolic and renal diseases, and infectious diseases & vaccines.
Our expertise covers all aspects of clinical trial management — from early phase to post-registration. If your project requires real-world data, we have the experience needed to provide that too. Our nimbleness and ability to provide innovative, science-based solutions are how we make a difference for our Sponsors.
Our CRO Services
We are not your average contract research organisation (CRO). Julius Clinical is a full-service academic CRO that brings academic integrity to every study we run. Our team of scientific leaders and operational experts helps streamline your clinical trial, providing the high-quality data that are required for your study.
- Study design and methodology
- Protocol development
- Statistical Analysis and Programming
- Scientific consultation
- Feasibility research
- Regulatory submissions
- Site qualification and selection
- Site contracting and payments
- Training research sites and staff
- Patient recruitment and retention
- Central Risk Based Monitoring and SDV (on-site & remote)
- Medical monitoring and Safety
- Data management and Biostatisics
- Quality assurance and compliance
- Vendor management
- Project management
- Study Analysis and reporting
- Endpoint management and adjudication
- Medical writing
- Data Monitoring Committee (blinded /unblinded)
Diverse Trials and Real world evidence
- Remote decentralized & hybrid trials
- Registries & observational studies
- Pragmatic trials
- Wearables and Devices
Technology & systems
- eTMF & CTMS
- Interactive web/voice response system
- Power BI, MS project
Our SMO Services
As Site Management Organisation, Julius Clinical provides out of the box solutions for Site Operations. We specialize in large scale recruitment (20K+ participants) and function as Coordinating Centre for multiple (Satellite) Sites.
- Primary Care Research Network & other scientific networks
- Direct recruitment via (social) media
- Patient networks
- Logistics & Planning
- Call Centre for participants
- Telehealth staff
- E-solutions (ePRO, telehealth, etc)
- At-home assessments (self-sampling, home visits)
- Pop-up (Satellite) Site locations
- Staffing (Sub-investigators, Research Nurses, Site Coordinators, Site Administrators)
- (Local) submissions
Real-world evidence (RWE) is essential to determine the benefit/risk balance of treatments in routine clinical practice across populations and geographic regions. We can help you turn Real-World Data into Real-World Evidence.
We take study execution to another level.
We use our peer-to-peer model to give our clients access to the best sites and most experienced investigators. Our unique Octopus Concept ensures that our local team functions as a single unit with global operational arms. These systems, combined with our academic rigor, help streamline clinical trials, giving you the best possible clinical trial experience.
Click on the video to learn more about our peer-to-peer model.
Are you interested in working as a Clinical Research Associate and want to know what monitoring is all about? Or have you been asked to monitor clinical research in your hospital? Then the Monitor Training is suitable for you.
The duration of the course is 2 days with an additional 0,5 day session to reflect on lessons learned of the training versus the practical experience.
Within the course, theory will alternate with interactive exercises and discussions to ensure implementation of the learning in daily practice.
Preparation activities prior to the first 2 days of face to face training (e.g. reading of training materials) involve 1 hour of homework for each training day, thus 2 hours in total.
The following topics will be discussed:
- Update GCP
- WMO vs GCP
- Tasks & Responsibilities
- Visits: site selection, initiation, monitoring & close-out
- Monitor (Investigator and Sponsor Initiated Trials)
- Monitor plan and visit preparations
- Investigator Site File
- Clinical Trial Protocol
- Informed Consent procedure
- Source Data Verification
- Practice of a monitoring visit (including preparation, conduct and follow-up)
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
- Describe the tasks and responsibilities regarding the function of a monitor
- Describe and conduct the procedures, law and regulations regarding monitoring
- Perform a monitoring visit
- Recognize and name individual qualities and points of attention regarding monitoring related competences
Staff involved in management or conduct of monitoring (e.g. study coordinators, research nurses). This training will be given in Dutch.
The course will be lead by an experienced trainer with significant and relevant experience in the field of clinical research.
There will be a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 15 participants for this training to ensure a maximum learning effect.
Beginning of 2024; new dates will be announced soon.
€ 1045,00 per participant
Including training materials and certificate
Note: all amounts are excl. tax