Community Clinical Research in Austin, Texas, offers clinical trials for investigational, and, at times, marketed medications to treat mental illnesses, like bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Principal investigator, David Brown, MD, and the team provide comprehensive psychiatric assessments for individuals interested in participating in clinical trials. They use the established guidelines for assessments and take a compassionate approach to helping participants throughout each trial. Learn more about available psychiatric assessments by calling Community Clinical Research today or by requesting information online now.
To determine if you qualify for ongoing clinical trials for mental illness treatments, the Community Clinical Research team provides comprehensive psychiatric assessments.
Dr. Brown uses his expertise to evaluate your psychiatric health to determine if you’re a good candidate for clinical trials. He reviews your overall medical history and discusses your existing mental health issues to assess your eligibility for participation in clinical trials and research studies that are currently available.
Community Clinical Research is well equipped in terms of diagnostic techniques. Dr. Brown and the staff use a variety of assessment tools, including:
After a thorough evaluation of your physical and mental health, the staff determines if your participation in a clinical trial is suitable for your needs based on your condition.
During Dr. Brown’s assessment of your mental health, he is looking for relevant conditions that relate to ongoing clinical trials at Community Clinical Research. These trials focus on finding new medications and treatment alternatives for psychiatric conditions.
Some conditions Dr. Brown considers for clinical trials include:
Dr. Brown may also refer you for trial participation if you have addiction issues with drugs or alcohol.
If Dr. Brown and the Community Clinical Research staff determine you’re a good fit for ongoing clinical trials concerning specific mental illnesses, you are welcomed into the 20-bed inpatient care unit at no cost to you.
At the inpatient unit, you have the support of licensed staff 24/7, who carefully oversee your care and your participation in clinical trials. All staff members are experienced in working with mental health conditions and prioritize your health and safety throughout your stay.
In addition to the highest standard of medical care and trial participation, you can also stay active and engaged in the available recreational activities, including day trips, games, and movie nights. You can also enjoy the comfortable outdoor grounds.
To learn more about what’s involved in a psychiatric assessment and treatment, call Community Clinical Research today or request more information online now.