Medical Screener III/ phlebotomy trainer (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – May 18, 2017
This was a great place to work! Lots of learning and and lots of helpful co workers. Best job I've ever had! Pharmaceutical research was such an interesting field and being able to learn and help in all areas of the company was such an awesome work environment. It was terrible when it was bought out by Cetero and was no longer the family friendly work place it was when I started but we still managed to work together and be close.
Clinical Trial Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 17, 2016
I don't share that publicly but can tell you about myself:
As a versatile Clinical Research Professional with knowledge of the clinical trial process, ICH/GCP and FDA regulations. I am motivated to venture out to different therapeutic areas which I have not had an opportunity to work in so I can broaden my skills, knowledge and experience.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 9, 2015
Diversity of studies to include diabetic and healthy reseach subjects, great co-workers flexible hours, enjoyed seeing end results of early phase of the research studies, excellent managment, hardest part was seeing the company no longer exist.
Critical thinking provoking duties with an amazing team to work with
Clinical Research Coordinator Associate (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – August 16, 2013
A typical day at Pracs would consist of some office time when the study documents are prepared, a few hours of screening individuals for particular studies or spending a few hours in the study rooms with the patients, the occasional visit to the lab and most importantly, constant gaining of new knowledge and skills. My Pracs coworkers are probably the best coworkers I ever had. There was nothing in particular hard about the job and pretty much everything was very enjoyable, despite the most random working schedule I had.
Executive Assistant to the CEO (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – April 11, 2013
PRACS Institute was a great place to work. Management was very supportive of staff and encouraged thinking outside of the box. Regulated by the FDA and other agencies it was necessary to follow SOP's and to maintain an ethical and quality based work performance at all times. I took part in a variety of meetings, taking minutes as well as contributing ideas etc. I especially enjoyed interacting with our clients and ensuring that there needs were met in a timely, efficient manner. Another aspect of my positions within the different entities of PRACS was supervision of various staff members ub tge Administrative area as well as Client Services. Unfortunately, the creditors of PRACS Institute were not interested in letting the company develop to its potential and chose to file Chapter 7 before it could gain its potential.
Support Staff Supervisor (Former Employee) – Saint Charles, MO – March 27, 2013
Working for PRACS Institute was a good experience for me. I got to learn new things and worked with the best employees. When PRACS was busy I didn’t have down time. I loved being so busy. Taking care of the subjects was one of my favorite things to do. Everyone knew me and if anyone had a question I would always hear my name on the overhead. Everyone came to me if they had a problem or a question. My supervisor was one of the best people working for the company. If I had an issue with anything she would help me out anyway that she could.
Director, Clinical Operations & Site Manager (Former Employee) – Saint Charles, MO – March 25, 2013
I loved working for this company. I was there for over fifteen years. I went through 2 company sales, one chapter 11 filing, and then unfortunately in the end, a chapter 7 liquidation. The company was flexible, had great staff, and I was proud of the work we produced
Staff (Current Employee) – St. Charles, MO – January 21, 2013
A typical day at work is spent trying to cohesively seam departments and trial processes together across 3 different sites. Communication is a huge barrier between all the sites when trying to figure out best practices. Like the game telephone, you will get 3 different answers when talking to 3 different people about how to perform the same process. However, when something needs to be done, you can expect it to be completed immediately.