Clarence Medical Centre is once again happy to report that we have been given TOP RECRUITER honours in Wales for the first three months of 2016 with the following figures:
The company we have been working with said it was “incredibly impressive that you have a track record of near 100% of collecting samples for every participant and is something everyone here at the study team would love for you to keep up the great work!” – Edward Grinyer Trial Coordinator, CANDID
Primary Care and Population Sciences
Clarence Medical Centre would like to congratulate everyone involved, patients and staff for helping us reach this goal.
Clarence Medical Centre is proud to announce that we have been a part of a study scheme into Dementia patients over the last couple of years. Recently we have received correspondence detailing how our involvement has aided patients into becoming part of this scheme.
The scheme has offered their appreciation for the interest we were able to gain from the Rhyl community. Two consecutive groups were set up at the library in Rhyl, North Wales and also with the art team in Denbighshire County Council, offering members the opportunity to continue this service after their involvement with the three month Dementia and Imagination art group finished.
The group met for the first time last Thursday (15/01) as the new ‘Lost in Art group’ under the guidance of local artist Lisa Carter. The session was well received and proved to be a relaxed and creative experience for all involved. Clarence Medical Centre feel very proud to have been able to help in bringing this group together and the considerable benefits it will have for those that are involved.
Some images taken on the day:
You can download a flyer for the art group here: