By Kelsie Engstrom Clinical Research Intern Coming into college I didn’t really know what I wanted to study. I knew I was interested in doing something in the medical field but nothing really stood out to me as an obvious choice. I was nervous to enter an environment where it seemed like so many people […]
Clinical Research Blog
Clinical trials are an important part of improving health care. The Corvallis Clinic's Clinical Research staff shares their insights and updates.
By Julie Carrico MBA, CCRC Clinical Trials Day is celebrated around the world on May 20. Clinical Research professionals (like us!) mark this day for its place in history as the beginning of modern clinical trials. In May 1747, sailors in the British Royal Navy were more likely to die of scurvy than fighting the […]
By Julie Carrico MBA, CCRC National Nurses Day is celebrated annually on May 6. It marks the beginning of National Nurses Week, which ends on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, considered the founder of professional nursing due to her innovative care during the Crimean War from 1853 to 56. While we appreciate all […]
By Julie Carrico, MBA, CCRC March 30 is officially National Doctors Day. At the Clinical Research Center, we’d like to commemorate this day with a shout out to all the providers at The Corvallis Clinic who work on clinical studies – in addition to taking care of their regular patients. Readers should understand that when […]
By Julie Carrico, MBA, CCRC According to WebMD, 75 percent of women will experience a vaginal yeast infection at least once in their lifetime. An unlucky few, about 8 percent, will have multiple yeast infections per year. When this happens the women are said to have recurrent yeast infections. Certain lifestyle modifications may help prevent […]