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Described in our first routine GCP inspection by the MHRA in 2007, as a “centre of excellence” and providing “a superior service”.

We have worked tirelessly to establish a mechanism that is continuously available and works to exceed regulatory requirements thus keeping the patient’s safety a priority.

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A 24/7 back up for investigators and medical monitors providing emergency unblinding services and clinical advice.

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Celebrating our 25th Birthday!!

Celebrating our 25th Birthday For 25 years now, ESMS has been providing high quality Clinical Trial Support to the pharmaceutical industry. With a global reach supporting our clients, we provide strategic and specialist solutions to small/mid-sized [...]

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Trusted Partners

We work with a trusted, select group of partners for their experience, their reliability and most importantly because they offer the same quality of service and commitment to client satisfaction as ESMS Global.

“ESMS, a spin-out from Guy’s Hospital Poisons Unit, provides a unique service to clinical trials that goes beyond a simple unblinding service of the type that an NHS on-call pharmacist might provide.
This service is designed to prevent inappropriate unblinding as in most cases, the A&E doctor is confident to proceed with the patient`s treatment without unblinding, thus improving patient retention and reducing the need for higher patient recruitment.
Retaining patients on study is also crucial to the success of the grant.”

Caroline Murphy , KCTU Operational Director Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London
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