The TRI Clinical Research Facility (CRF) at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH) is a controlled and safe environment to conduct research on human subjects.  The CRF is a multipurpose research centre housed directly across from the TRI in a hospital environment on Levels 4 and 5 of the PAH R Wing, with ready access to hospital facilities and emergency response teams. 

Level 4 of the facility comprises Reception and the Clinical Areas: phlebotomy room (3 chairs) , 2 consulting rooms, 7 investigation rooms, Dexa Scanning room, 4 bed bay, 8 lounge chairs, gym and reception area and the CRF Managers Office

Level 5 of the facility comprises the Nutritional Suite and staff areas. There are 82 desk spaces in total, 3 telephone interview booths, laboratory (PC 1), 2 meeting rooms, staff facilities and lunch/lounge room 

The Nurse Unit Manager is Todd Gumbleton.  Feasibility regarding the use of the CRF should be discussed with Todd prior to application. Advice may also be sought regarding use prior to submission of ethics application.  

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For those wanting to hold clinical trials at the facility: 

Other Clinical Trials Facilities and Services

The TRI at Children's facility (TRIC) is also available on the Queensland Children's Hospital campus, and is designed to support low risk outpatient based studies in babies, children and adolescents. Read more.

TRI is also equipped with Translational Trials, a team of clinical research professionals dedicated to advancing clinical trials. Services include feasibility assessment, protocol development, Ethics and Governance submissions, budget negotiations and the full conduct of clinical trials by our nursing, pharmacy and laboratory staff. Read more

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