Since 2000, the Saint Luc University Hospital Clinical Coordinating Center (SLUCCC) has provided patient eligibility support and patient management guidance to investigative sites around the world involved in clinical studies of novel agents for sepsis.
The SLUCCC has been involved in coordination of studies involving more than 2500 patients and 250 clinical sites, as well as smaller studies.
What is a Clinical Coordinating Center ?
Services during Studies
Real Time Resource
It is an academic group of physicians, study coordinators, research nurses and assistants distinct from the sponsor, who serve as the "real-time" main point of contact for the study sites
The Clinical Coordinating Center provide following services during studies :
24/7/365 phone contact for all study sites
100% Authorization of study subjects by a CCC Physician
Real Time Resource for sites regarding :
Study drug administration/device use
SLUCCC in video
Discover a presentation of the St Luc Clinical Coordinating Center on Youtube.