What is The Florence Effect™?

Inspired by the life of Florence Nightingale, and powered by the team at Florence Healthcare, The Florence Effect is a global initiative celebrating and bringing together those who are accelerating medical cures through Clinical Research.

Florence Nightingale is a name synonymous with healthcare; a pioneering leader who elevated and transformed the role of nursing.

In the same spirit, clinical research professionals at Research Sites, BioTech Companies, Medical Device Companies, Pharmaceutical Companies, and Clinical Research Organizations around the globe develop life-changing medical advancements daily.

Powered by Florence, the company pioneering remote clinical trial collaboration with technology, The Florence Effect™ is an initiative to celebrate, honor, and bring together these inspiring individuals.

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Powered by Florence

Florence is a company committed to accelerating cures by enabling remote collaboration between all clinical trial stakeholders. The largest digitally connected clinical operations platform in the world, Florence connects thousands of study teams across 7,200 research sites and hundreds of Sponsors and CROs in 26 countries.

How? Research sites manage their studies on Florence eBinders, the industry-standard electronic Investigator Site File (eISF). Sponsors and CROs harness the power of Florence eHub to digitally connect to their study sites for remote access, start-up, monitoring, management, and SDV. And, for sponsors and CROs looking to transform their internal operations, Florence eTMF delivers the easiest-to-use platform for managing the Trial Master File.

Inspired by Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale (12 May 1820 – 13 August 1910) is often considered the mother of modern nursing. Known as the “The Lady with the Lamp” Florence Nightingale was known for making rounds of wounded soldiers at night during the Crimea War. In 1860, Nightingale laid the foundation of professional nursing with the establishment of her nursing school at St Thomas’ Hospital in London.

The waves of impact from Florence Nightingale still wash over the healthcare industry today. As the mother of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale acted with purpose, determination, and kindness. As a result, she is remembered and celebrated to this very day. Her work inspired thousands and truly laid the foundation for professional nursing and healthcare standards.

Her legacy demonstrates that a single, and seemingly simple act today, can traverse time and space and be a powerful force of tomorrow.