All clinical research sites, especially new ones who’ve just entered the business, have a couple of common worries and complaints. The clinical research field is complicated and there are tons of formalities, papers, vendors, rules, regulations, etc. Taking into consideration the sensitivity of this business, the fact that human participants are involved, as well as the large amount of money that sponsors spend on a research, we have to work as professionally as possible. There are many steps involved in a clinical trial, starting from the site selection visit, negotiations, then routine monitoring visits, subject enrollment and randomization, etc. All of these steps are equally important in order to conduct a successful trial. However, the complexity of the clinical research process usually worries and confuses new research sites. We’ve done a research on some of the most common site worries and complaints throughout the duration of a trial. Below, we’ll give you answers to all your questions.