More than 200 Invisio Flying Study nurses support sponsors/CROs throughout Europe in realising clinical study projects of phases 1 to 4 and in complying with international quality standards. As external service providers, they take on project-related tasks in clinics without their own research departments and test centres with high staffing levels and are the contact persons for clients, authorities, doctors, patients and relatives.
The main tasks of Invisio include project-specific recruitment and placement, training (on-site or online) and coordination of Invisio Flying Study nurses. In addition, Invisio takes care of personnel management and other administrative activities – such as contracts and accounting.2
All study assistants placed by Invisio have successfully completed medical training – whether as medical-technical assistants, health and nursing staff or medical documentalists – as well as a qualifying continuing education as study nurses. They are assigned to projects according to their professional background and have a subject-specific knowledge of English. For projects abroad, only those study assistants are employed who speak the respective national language fluently or at native level.
In general, Invisio enters into study projects at any time. However: The earlier Invisio is involved in the project, the sooner the study service provider can start with important steps such as the recruitment and coordination of Flying Study nurses or the creation of workflows. The differences at a glance: