Did you know clinical research programs can be implemented in private practice? Our 15-minute educational module Allergy Office: Clinical Research, free to College members, outlines everything you need to know to decide if it’s a good fit for your practice.
Participating in clinical research can benefit allergists, patients and your practice.
- For allergists: it’s an opportunity to further knowledge in our specialty and nurture your love of science and clinical experimentation.
- For patients: it’s a chance to benefit from new treatment options.
- For your practice: it’s a way to diversify practice finances and broaden offerings.
The module also outlines the challenges of a clinical research program, including time demands, staffing requirements and data management.
The next time you have a spare 15 minutes, check out our module Allergy Office: Clinical Research, and find out if clinical research is right for your practice!
Also, be on the lookout for more ways to engage in education, research and scholarly activity via the upcoming Community Allergist Partnership in Education multi-year Presidential Initiative. Details coming soon!