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Clinical Site Services' Chris Trizna Contributing Author in Diana Anderson-Foster's Newest Release 'Global Issues in Patient Recruitment and Retention'

GLEN BURNIE, Md., July 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Chris Trizna, President of Clinical Site Services (CSS), a Maryland company focused on optimizing and accelerating the trial enrollment process for sponsor companies, CROs and investigative sites, is included as a contributing author in Diana Anderson-Foster's newest book, "Global Issues in Patient Recruitment and Retention," published in June 2012 by CenterWatch.

It is well-documented that slow patient enrollment is a global contributor of study delays. Likewise, retaining patients once enrolled can be equally arduous, but just as critical to the completion and success of a clinical trial. In her second book on the subject, industry expert Diana Anderson-Foster tackles for the first time the global challenges posed by these everyday issues and provides thoughtful analysis and strategic solutions to minimize recruitment costs and develop successful global patient recruitment programs. With insight and contributions from thought-leaders in the industry, this guide also delves into the sponsor's perspective on patient recruitment and tackles new emerging topics including technology challenges, phase I recruiting and the role of social media.

"It was a honor to be able to contribute to this book," shared Trizna. "As individuals in the pharmaceutical industry are finding out, global planning for recruitment and retention is a very complex process. Diana's book provides a thorough breakdown of how to approach and find success where global trials are involved."

"Working with global clinical trials requires more than simply providing translation services for each country's recruitment materials," added Trizna. "There is a complex strategy to everything, and it begins with careful planning, research and budgeting."

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About Clinical Site Services

Clinical Site Services (CSS) is a site performance company that provides solutions to increase the enrollment potential for investigative sites. Through a proprietary, integrated process, CSS strives to reduce the costs and timelines associated with recruitment subjects for clinical studies.

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