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Site name: Gold Coast University Hospital - Cardiovascular
Contact Person: Kristof Boot
Contact Email:
Speciality research areas: Medical Devices, Endocrinology, Infection and Inflammation
Thromboembolic Disease
Study phase capabilities: Phase I
Phase II
Phase III
Phase IV
Others: Yes
Types of research studies: Academic
Affiliated with local government: Yes
Patient population: Paediatrics
Adolescents/Adults 16 and onwards
Adults 18 and onwards
Geriatrics 65 and onwards
Average time from ethics submission to start study: 30-60
Dedicated Staff Performing Ethics Committee Submission: No
Are there staff dedicated to ethics and governance application: No
Does your facility allow pre-initiation visits before ethics approval (e.g. meetings with study team members): No
Type of HREC used: Local
Central Acting as Local
Does committee mandate distribution of safety reports: Yes
Frequency of ethics meetings : Monthly
Other meeting frequency in NMA: 2 weeks
Is payment required before approval: Yes
What is the lab called:
Does it have SOPS for consent: Yes
Does facility have a training program for research staff: Yes
Does this training include GCP: Yes
Does facility allow for assessments and out of hours patient visits: Yes
Can facility support in patient admissions: Yes
Access to translators: Yes
Access for storage of study related material: Yes
Ability to collect and store PK/PD specimens: Yes
Can you do PGX samples for research: Yes
Type of diagnostic equipment: CT Scan Computerized Tomography Scan
DXA Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry or Bone Densitometry
ECG/EKG Electrocardiogram
FLRO Fluoroscopy
MRI Magnetic Resonance Imaging
MRA Magnetic Resonance Angiography
MRS Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
MAMMO Mammography
NMED Nuclear medicine (e.g. Bone scan, thyroid scan, thallium cardiac stress test)
PET Positron Emission Tomography Scan
Perfusion CT
Interventional/Angio Suites and Operating Theatre
SOPs for calibration of general equipment: Yes
IP Recipient Name: Gold Coast University Hospital Pharmacy
Is there controlled access to IMP: Yes
Is there ability to create temperature monitoring in the storage area: Yes
Facility has ability to manage on or off-site destruction of IMP: Yes
SOP for ensuring IMP is appropriately maintained during transportation to satellite site: Yes
IMP preparation capabilities: Vertical laminar flow hood (chemo/hazardous drugs)
Horizontal laminar flow hood (non-hazardous drug preparation)
Can facility administer infusions: Yes
Can facility handle blinded and unblinded IMP: Yes
Is there patient record archiving on site: No
Name of local Ethics committee: Gold Coast HHS
Refrigerator 2-8C able to be used for research: Yes
Is there temperature monitoring for this fridge : Yes
Freezer -20-30C able to be used for research: Yes
Is there temperature monitoring for this Freezer: Yes
Freezer -70-80C able to be used for research : Yes
Is there temperature monitoring for this Freezer: Yes
Service Category: Clinical Trial Site
Description of service: The GCUH Clinical Trials Service (CTS) is the central hub for clinical trials at Gold Coast Health. The team of coordinators, administrative staff and principal investigators have vast experience and knowledge in clinical research that facilitates clinical trials across the entire health service over a multitude of therapeutic disciplines . Whether it is industry sponsored trials or investigator initiated research, the CTS has the ability to support a variety of research projects from Phase I to Phase IV. Combined with their newly opened clinical trials facility, onsite pharmacy, imaging and pathology services, the CTS has the ability to run clinical trials that may otherwise seem logistically challenging.
Address: 1 Hospital Boulevard
City: Southport
Country: Australia
Postal Code: 4215
State: Queensland
Location: -27.95859
Location: 153.38251
Name of building: Gold Coast University Hospital
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