In the fall of 2021, a small team from FHI Clinical headed to Liberia to meet the FHI Clinical PREVAIL network team. Upon their return from visiting Liberia and each of the network sites, we asked the team some questions about the trip and their accomplishments.
In this blog post, we share information about Liberia’s efforts to recover from the Ebola outbreak, including information presented by Bernice Dahn, Vice President of College of Health Sciences at the University of Liberia.
FHI Clinical hosted a dinner for a group of speakers and guests from all facets of clinical research to discuss strategies to keep sites active and leverage research-ready sites (and their patient populations) in areas that are not necessarily front of mind. With this blog series, we will describe some of the topics discussed during the event.
To equip Liberia with the ability to respond to ongoing health issues and potential outbreaks, a US government contract provided funding to train local leaders in Liberia’s clinical research infrastructure network. The training aimed to build a solid foundation to conduct international quality clinical research.
Keeping a site functional, even in slow times, ensures it is ready as soon as there’s a need. Based on our experience with sites worldwide, we've identified the key areas on which sustainable sites proactively focus.