A coordinating team and a national network of registered nurses (IDE in France) are on hand for your clinical research projects, but also for your patients.

Female doctor writing a prescriptionOur aims:
Give clinical trial patients more comfort by offering a home nursing service to investigator sites
– Help you boost patient recruitment and patient retention over the long term for your studies
– Enable investigator sites to concentrate on other activities

Home trial support is a promising solution, especially adapted to therapeutic areas such as rare diseases, paediatrics or oncology.

Rare diseases

Providing home support for following up patients with so-called ‘orphan’, ‘genetic’ or ‘rare’ diseases

– SC, IV, IM, nasal & oral administration

Paediatrics

Euraxi’s registered nurse network care for even the youngest of patients.

We visit children aged from 6 months through to 15 years old (paediatrics) at home for blood-draws and urine samples or for administering subcutaneous, IM or IV injections, and all this in keeping with the protocol.

Oncology

– Administering clinical investigation products to patients at home via injection

– Post-injection safety follow-up

Compatibility of oral treatments

Quality of life questionnaires

Conducting cognitive tests

Receipt at patient’s home of products prepared by hospital pharmacies

Therapy guidance

– Providing support for patients with the aim of attaining the highest degree of patient autonomy taking into account the pathology

– Conducting initial therapeutic procedures

Supervision of treatments taken orally

Training and advice to patients or their close friends and/or relatives

Checking the efficacy of procedures conducted by patients themselves and providing advice and further therapy guidance if required

Logistics support

Coordination of field staff

Hotline (freephone no.)

– An e-mail address dedicated to your project

Management of centralised or local laboratories

– Spot quality controlling of homecare services

Establishing contracts with the different persons involved in following a patient

 Injection or sampling kit preparation

– Dispensing of medicinal products

– A single point of contact for sponsors and homecare nurses

Management of infectious medical waste

Training / Reporting

– Field staff training via WebEx

Online training (project, GCP, patient guidance, etc.)

– Home visit reports

Quality control of visit reports

– Sending of home visit reports to sites or internal hospital pharmacies

– Product preparation sheets, etc.