Coastal Pediatric Research

Coastal Pediatric Research

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Not understand why i called and have not received a callback yet. I called two weeks ago and called again on friday nov 6. I understand that in this time we are doing thing different. But just callback in a respectful time

Coastal Pediatric Research started in the spring of 2012 and is housed as a part of Coastal Pediatric Associates (CPA). Coastal Pediatric Research is housed as a part of Coastal Pediatric Associates (CPA).

Our research program has grown into a multi-specialty, diverse pediatric research site within our private practice setting. Our purpose is to nurture and champion the health of all children and their families while acting as a compassionate, relentless advocate for every patient and family. We succeed by guaranteeing children accessibility to a medical home, embracing industry trends and innovatio

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11/22/2021

I am a Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator at #CPAResearch. I love getting to know the research families and understanding the impact these trials will have on future generations. I am a mom of four; two boys and two girls. -Angela Carswell RN, Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator

I am a Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator at #CPAResearch. I love getting to know the research families and understanding the impact these trials will have on future generations. I am a mom of four; two boys and two girls. -Angela Carswell RN, Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator

11/19/2021

Participation in research and clinical trials is essential in discovering better and more innovative ways to deliver care that improves outcomes. A great example of this is the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 5-11. This new treatment may help protect your child and other children from getting COVID-19 and therefore reduce their risk of severe disease, hospitalizations, or developing long-term COVID-19 complications in many. Without clinical trials, this option would not be available today.

Participation in research and clinical trials is essential in discovering better and more innovative ways to deliver care that improves outcomes. A great example of this is the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 5-11. This new treatment may help protect your child and other children from getting COVID-19 and therefore reduce their risk of severe disease, hospitalizations, or developing long-term COVID-19 complications in many. Without clinical trials, this option would not be available today.

11/17/2021

When your child participates in a clinical trial, the information collected helps researchers understand new treatments. Our research team is here to walk you through each study, answer your questions and find the opportunity that best fits your needs. If you would like to participate in a clinical trial or learn more about how you can help future generations, please visit http://www.coastalpediatricresearch.com.

When your child participates in a clinical trial, the information collected helps researchers understand new treatments. Our research team is here to walk you through each study, answer your questions and find the opportunity that best fits your needs. If you would like to participate in a clinical trial or learn more about how you can help future generations, please visit http://www.coastalpediatricresearch.com.

11/15/2021

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love being involved with kids and making a better future for them! I am originally from South Carolina and pull for USC when it comes to football. In my spare time, I love to read; ask me what my last book was. -Jasmine Dewitt, Clinical Research Coordinator

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love being involved with kids and making a better future for them! I am originally from South Carolina and pull for USC when it comes to football. In my spare time, I love to read; ask me what my last book was. -Jasmine Dewitt, Clinical Research Coordinator

11/12/2021

Happy Veterans Day to Matthew! He is a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. He attended the Physicians Assistant program at MUSC where he fell in love with pediatrics. He was an army medic for 10 years before coming to Coastal Pediatric Research. Thank you to Matthew and all those who have served to protect our country and freedom!

Happy Veterans Day to Matthew! He is a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. He attended the Physicians Assistant program at MUSC where he fell in love with pediatrics. He was an army medic for 10 years before coming to Coastal Pediatric Research. Thank you to Matthew and all those who have served to protect our country and freedom!

11/08/2021

I am a Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love the possibilities of what research can bring to medicine and the lives of children. I also love my team here at Coastal Pediatric Research; they are so fun and supportive. I have a cute little kitten named Cookie that I spend most of my free time with when I am not enjoying the local beaches. -Abbey Madden, Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator

I am a Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love the possibilities of what research can bring to medicine and the lives of children. I also love my team here at Coastal Pediatric Research; they are so fun and supportive. I have a cute little kitten named Cookie that I spend most of my free time with when I am not enjoying the local beaches. -Abbey Madden, Clinical Research Nurse Coordinator

11/03/2021

Happy Wednesday! Our door are open to all parents and children in the Lowcountry.

11/01/2021

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love working in the pediatric field and providing treatment options that wouldn't be available without research programs like ours. I have worked with Coastal Pediatric Research for over six years and loved every minute! -Danielle Wells, Clinical Research Coordinator

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love working in the pediatric field and providing treatment options that wouldn't be available without research programs like ours. I have worked with Coastal Pediatric Research for over six years and loved every minute! -Danielle Wells, Clinical Research Coordinator

10/28/2021

RSV, is a common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms. Most people recover in a week or two, but RSV can be very serious, especially for infants and toddlers.

RSV, is a common respiratory virus that usually causes mild, cold-like symptoms. Most people recover in a week or two, but RSV can be very serious, especially for infants and toddlers.

10/25/2021

I am the Patient Recruitment and Marketing Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love working at Coastal Pediatric Research because I can broaden my knowledge of scientific advancement while actively being part of a team that is contributing to the future of healthcare. - Jennifer DeZurik, Patient Recruitment and Marketing Coordinator

I am the Patient Recruitment and Marketing Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love working at Coastal Pediatric Research because I can broaden my knowledge of scientific advancement while actively being part of a team that is contributing to the future of healthcare. - Jennifer DeZurik, Patient Recruitment and Marketing Coordinator

10/20/2021

Whooping cough can cause serious illness in babies, children, teens, and adults. Symptoms of whooping cough usually develop within 5 to 10 days after you are exposed. CDC recommends whooping cough vaccination for all babies and children, preteens and teens, and pregnant women.
Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/pertussis/index.html

Whooping cough can cause serious illness in babies, children, teens, and adults. Symptoms of whooping cough usually develop within 5 to 10 days after you are exposed. CDC recommends whooping cough vaccination for all babies and children, preteens and teens, and pregnant women.
Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/pertussis/index.html

10/18/2021

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I come from a huge family and love being around children. My family is so big I have forty-five first cousins! I love being on the Coastal Pediatric Research team because we rise to a new challenge every day and give patients and families hope for a healthier, more promising tomorrow.
-Jordan Hitchcock, Clinical Research Coordinator

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I come from a huge family and love being around children. My family is so big I have forty-five first cousins! I love being on the Coastal Pediatric Research team because we rise to a new challenge every day and give patients and families hope for a healthier, more promising tomorrow.
-Jordan Hitchcock, Clinical Research Coordinator

10/13/2021

Happy Wednesday!!

10/11/2021

I am a Regulatory Specialist here at #CPAResearch. I love what we do and think all our families are superheroes bringing hope of a better life for the next generation. A fun fact about me is I have lived abroad in Belgium, Morocco, and Australia, but glad to call Coastal Pediatric Research home!
-Emmaline Bendell, Regulatory Specialist

I am a Regulatory Specialist here at #CPAResearch. I love what we do and think all our families are superheroes bringing hope of a better life for the next generation. A fun fact about me is I have lived abroad in Belgium, Morocco, and Australia, but glad to call Coastal Pediatric Research home!
-Emmaline Bendell, Regulatory Specialist

10/08/2021

Not all heroes wear capes! This strong guy is not only a big Boston Red Sox fan; he is also this week's medical hero helping to pave the way for the next generation. To see the list of our current trials, please visit www.coastalpediatricresearch.com/enrolling.php.

Not all heroes wear capes! This strong guy is not only a big Boston Red Sox fan; he is also this week's medical hero helping to pave the way for the next generation. To see the list of our current trials, please visit www.coastalpediatricresearch.com/enrolling.php.

10/06/2021

Polio is a disabling and life-threatening disease caused by the poliovirus. The virus spreads from person to person and can infect a person’s spinal cord, causing paralysis. Inactivated poliovirus vaccine (IPV), which is the only polio vaccine that has been given in the United States since 2000, protects almost all children (99 out of 100) who get all the recommended doses. For best protection, children should get four doses of the polio vaccine.
Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/polio/public/index.html

Polio is a disabling and life-threatening disease caused by the poliovirus. The virus spreads from person to person and can infect a person’s spinal cord, causing paralysis. Inactivated poliovirus vaccine (IPV), which is the only polio vaccine that has been given in the United States since 2000, protects almost all children (99 out of 100) who get all the recommended doses. For best protection, children should get four doses of the polio vaccine.
Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/polio/public/index.html

10/01/2021

Thank you to all our #CPAResearch families and little medical heroes for paving the way for the next generation!

09/29/2021

Happy Wednesday!

09/27/2021

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love working with kids in pediatric research. I feel like I am part of a process that is making a difference for the next generation. I am a South Carolina native and love to spend my free time reading books.
-Jasmine Dewitt, Clinical Research Coordinator

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I love working with kids in pediatric research. I feel like I am part of a process that is making a difference for the next generation. I am a South Carolina native and love to spend my free time reading books.
-Jasmine Dewitt, Clinical Research Coordinator

09/24/2021

Not all heroes wear capes! This brave fellow is one more of our medical heroes paving the way for the next generation. Research helps advance medicine and improve lives. To learn more about what it looks like to participate in a clinical trial, visit website www.coastalpediatricresearch.com

Not all heroes wear capes! This brave fellow is one more of our medical heroes paving the way for the next generation. Research helps advance medicine and improve lives. To learn more about what it looks like to participate in a clinical trial, visit website www.coastalpediatricresearch.com

09/22/2021

Rotavirus spreads quickly among infants and young children. The virus can cause severe watery diarrhea, vomiting, fever, and abdominal pain. Children who get rotavirus disease can become dehydrated and may need to be hospitalized.

Good hygiene like handwashing and cleanliness are essential but are not enough to control the spread of the disease. Rotavirus vaccine is the best way to protect your child against rotavirus disease. Most children (about 9 out of 10) who get the vaccine will be protected from severe rotavirus disease. About 7 out of 10 children will be protected from rotavirus disease of any severity.
Source:https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/rotavirus/index.html

Rotavirus spreads quickly among infants and young children. The virus can cause severe watery diarrhea, vomiting, fever, and abdominal pain. Children who get rotavirus disease can become dehydrated and may need to be hospitalized.

Good hygiene like handwashing and cleanliness are essential but are not enough to control the spread of the disease. Rotavirus vaccine is the best way to protect your child against rotavirus disease. Most children (about 9 out of 10) who get the vaccine will be protected from severe rotavirus disease. About 7 out of 10 children will be protected from rotavirus disease of any severity.
Source:https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/rotavirus/index.html

09/20/2021

I have been on the #CPAResarch team for some time, and I love my job, team, and what we do for the next generation. In my spare time, I enjoy projects that involve building things. Had I not gone into healthcare, architecture would've been my second choice.
-Julia Brenner, MHA, PBT(ASCP), Clinical Research Financial & Regulatory Manager

I have been on the #CPAResarch team for some time, and I love my job, team, and what we do for the next generation. In my spare time, I enjoy projects that involve building things. Had I not gone into healthcare, architecture would've been my second choice.
-Julia Brenner, MHA, PBT(ASCP), Clinical Research Financial & Regulatory Manager

09/17/2021

On our meet the team web page, you will notice the term, Investigator. So what is an Investigator? An Investigator is a doctor or nurse practitioner who conducts the study. This person may also be your primary care provider but does not have to be. Investigators undergo extra training to be qualified to conduct clinical research.

On our meet the team web page, you will notice the term, Investigator. So what is an Investigator? An Investigator is a doctor or nurse practitioner who conducts the study. This person may also be your primary care provider but does not have to be. Investigators undergo extra training to be qualified to conduct clinical research.

09/13/2021

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. Dr. Clifford was my doctor growing up, so I feel like I have always been a part of the CPA family. An interesting fact about me is, I have a rare genetic condition called Situs Inversus Totalis. That means my organs are on the other side, a mirror image of everyone else.
-Allysa Mariano, Clinical Research Coordinator

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. Dr. Clifford was my doctor growing up, so I feel like I have always been a part of the CPA family. An interesting fact about me is, I have a rare genetic condition called Situs Inversus Totalis. That means my organs are on the other side, a mirror image of everyone else.
-Allysa Mariano, Clinical Research Coordinator

09/11/2021

#NeverForget

#NeverForget

09/10/2021

We are thankful for our wonderful patients who have shown such a positive interest in our research program and our pediatric Investigators who give of their time and talents to go above and beyond the standard expectations of health care.

We are thankful for our wonderful patients who have shown such a positive interest in our research program and our pediatric Investigators who give of their time and talents to go above and beyond the standard expectations of health care.

09/08/2021

Chickenpox used to be very common in the United States. In the early 1990s, an average of 4 million people got chickenpox, 10,500 to 13,000 were hospitalized, and 100 to 150 died each year. The chickenpox vaccine became available in the United States in 1995. Each year, more than 3.5 million cases of chickenpox, 9,000 hospitalizations, and 100 deaths are prevented by chickenpox vaccination in the United States.
Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/varicella/public/index.html

Chickenpox used to be very common in the United States. In the early 1990s, an average of 4 million people got chickenpox, 10,500 to 13,000 were hospitalized, and 100 to 150 died each year. The chickenpox vaccine became available in the United States in 1995. Each year, more than 3.5 million cases of chickenpox, 9,000 hospitalizations, and 100 deaths are prevented by chickenpox vaccination in the United States.
Source: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/varicella/public/index.html

09/06/2021

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I recently graduated from Clemson and am loving my new work family. I love working with kids and research because I want to improve the lives of the next generation.
-Amanda Morris, Clinical Research Coordinator

I am a Clinical Research Coordinator here at #CPAResearch. I recently graduated from Clemson and am loving my new work family. I love working with kids and research because I want to improve the lives of the next generation.
-Amanda Morris, Clinical Research Coordinator

09/03/2021

Hope is what clinical researchers provide. Every day, they rise to a new challenge and give patients and families hope for a healthier, more promising tomorrow.

Hope is what clinical researchers provide. Every day, they rise to a new challenge and give patients and families hope for a healthier, more promising tomorrow.

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