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Podiatry clinical study investigator site support for pharmaceutical, consumer healthcare and medical device trials conducted to GCP guidelines
Clinical trials in foot care are recognised by pharmaceutical companies as an important tool in the development and investigational research for many pharmaceutical or medical devices that are targeted at improving foot health.
Robust and credible scientific podiatry clinical trials, conducted to Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelines, are required to support safety and efficacy studies for pharmaceuticals, over-the-counter medicines, consumer healthcare and medical devices. Responsive participant recruitment and dedicated clinical trial managers are critical to achieving your development milestones and delivering foot health study outcomes to meet clinical quality standards.
Our podiatry clinical trial team provides GCP compliant investigator site study services to address foot care indications such as fungal nail treatments (Onychomycosis), Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis), verrucas and treatment of other foot related conditions or diseases.
Intertek’s experienced podatrists, clinicians and dermatologists establish a robust evidence base for efficacy of your novel pharmaceuticals, consumer healthcare products or medical devices which are being developed to treat conditions and diseases that affect the feet and toenails. In particular, we can support your Phase II to Phase IV clinical studies.
We apply efficient and appropriate approaches to trial methodology for podiatry research applications working to the EU Directive 2001/20/EC (Clinical Trials Directive), the EU Directive 2005/28/EC (GCP Directive), The Medicines for Human Use (Clinical Trial) Regulations 2004 and its subsequent amendments and also the ISO 14155 Clinical Investigation of Medical Devices guidelines.
Podiatry Clinical Facilities
Intertek dermatology clinical facilities comprise five sites in the UK that offer an optimal blend of practicality and flexibility. All sites have the capability to accommodate studies in different indications with high quality clinical spaces including private examination rooms, interview areas, sample preparation and dosing stations. The versatility of our sites and staff allow us to maximize project scheduling opportunities by providing equivalent facilities and skills across a variety of locations.