usually Principal Investigators are required to be licensed physicians when it comes to participating in clinical trials. Non physicians such as chiropractors, registered nurses, physician assistants are typically relegated to sub investigator positions. There are however, always exceptions to the rules.
Sometimes as a clinical research site owner (or perhaps even as a CRO or a Sponsor), you will come across a scenario where you will need to partner with a specialist for a rare disease or indication. In this video I make some suggestions for how to go about doing this. My CRO has already begun to implement some of these strategies.
In this video i discuss different ways that physicians can get involved in clinical research. Every individual situation is unique, but the great thing about the clinical research industry is that there are many possibilities.
I have done many videos of this sort in the past but have usually focused on strategies for paying Principal Investigators. In this particular video, I discuss some creative ways to reimburse your sub investigators that you end up inevitably working with at your clinical trial sites. What are some of the ways you have compensated sub investigators?