Characteristics Of Professional Research Subjects and Duplicate Subjects In CNS and Other Clinical Trials Prevented By Verified Clinical Trials

Professional research subjects or duplicate subjects in clinical trials cause safety concerns and poor quality data.  The Verified Clinical Trials global research subject database registry is a tool to detect duplicate subjects and prevents many protocol violations proactively at the time of screening.  What we have learned from experience and analytical data review over the past 9 years is that there is no “typical” professional research subject. Both men and women, young and old, across many therapeutic areas do attempt to enroll in more than 1 clinical trial simultaneously.  Certain therapeutic areas such as; healthy volunteers, psychiatry, pain, CNS, as well as metabolic that includes diabetes, inflammation/arthritis, women and men’s health are among the highest rates of attempts.  Nearly every trial is at risk for duplicate subjects.