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Participant & Clinical Interactions (Clinical Research Unit)

What is this resource?

Within the CTSI-CN, the Clinical Research Unit is located at the Children's National Health System campus and is known as the Participant and Clinical Interactions (PCI) module.

The PCI offers a number of conveneint services and always aims to:

  • Provide patient- and research-friendly service

  • Ensure all procedures are conducted as described in research protocols

  • Make conducting research at Children’s National enjoyable and efficient



Who can use this resource?

All Children’s National Health System research faculty and staff can utilize Protocol Builder. This includes investigators, research nurses/coordinators, research assistants, etc.

How much does access to this resource cost?

Protocol Builder is offered at no cost.  To see the cost of other CTSI-CN resources, please visit SPARC Request.

How do I access this resource?

Please click here to complete the Protocol Builder interest form. Once completed you will be provided instructions to register for access to Protocol Builder.

The PCI is located on the third floor of the main hospital.

Who should I contact for more information?

Please contact Mr. Jurran Wilson at if you should have any questions.

For questions or to arrange a tour, please request a consultation via our SPARC Request portal.

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