Category: Events

January 7, 2021

Join to hear the discussion on how COVID-19 and isolation are impacting seniors in our communities. Our friends at Senior Living Residences are hosting this presentation.

Register here

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October 1, 2020
National health education week blog, chalkboard

Every 3rd week in October, National Health Education Week kicks off. Ran by the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), the events are focused on increasing national awareness on major public health issues. They also work to promote a better understanding of the role of health care. ActivMed shares this passion through our community education events that increase public awareness about clinical research studies. In spite of many events having been canceled in the wake of the 2020 social distancing requirements, indeed, we remain open and focused on education efforts. 

Free Health Screenings

baseline memory screen, group of people, community

ActivMed proudly offers several free screenings that will help you take the actions necessary to live a healthier life. These include:

  • Blood Glucose– The test is used to evaluate if your blood sugar levels are in a healthy range. 
  • Depression– This simple survey is used to assess if you are suffering from depression. Then, we can determine what resources might be available.
  • Baseline Memory Screening– The screening determines any changes to your memory. Also, the screen can see if there may be an existing health issue that may need attention.
  • Blood Pressure– Will look for any ongoing heart disease or other heart-related conditions. 
  • Pulmonary Screening– Will evaluate how well the lungs are working. 

Dementia Resources

Not all dementia-related memory issues are caused by Alzheimer’s. That’s why we have put together resources for the community. This is in addition to our free baseline memory screening here at ActivMed. Learn more about accessing and using Medicare Part A benefits, treatment options for dementia. You can also watch our resources presentation through our YouTube channel.

Clinical Research Studies

Research studies, research volunteer, doctor talking to patient

ActivMed, along with its four free-standing clinical research sites, have completed over 800 clinical research studies with associated private practices. Research studies and the volunteers who participate in them help advance how we detect, treat, and prevent major public health issues. Often, volunteers learn more about their condition, receive payment for time and travel, and obtain diagnostic tests and care at no charge. All while helping to advance medicine. 

To learn more about how you can participate in one of the free screenings, research, or other events, visit our website.


August 26, 2020

Resources for Dementia- You are not alone

ActivMed and several community partners discuss no cost memory screenings, recent changes to Medicare benefits, physical therapy, and more.

Importance of Memory Screenings

Each year an annual check-up will review your blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels, but why not memory?

A memory screening is a simple and safe evaluation with a trained professional to check memory and thinking skills.

A baseline memory screening will be able to provide your physician with information to help monitor changes in memory over time. Early detection can allow you to work with your doctor and make lifestyle changes or develop treatment plans.

Not all dementia is caused by Alzheimer’ disease. A memory screening may help to discover underlying medical conditions that could be contributing to memory decline.

ActivMed Practices & Research offers baseline memory screenings to the community at no cost. It is recommended that anyone over 55 get screened annually.

Learn more here, or call 978-655-7155.

Dementia Care Resources and Support in the Home

Accessing and Utilizing Medicare Part A Benefits- Jennifer with Elara Caring

There have been some recent changes in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services due to COVID-19. Previously “homebound” statuses were strict. Due to COVID-19, they have been changed, increasing access to more home health benefits. Telehealth visits are also approved as an option.

Elara Caring has been working on assessing the needs of patients. Creating best practices for the dementia patients is also a goal. One important initiative is assessing the safety needs of patient. Keeping patients out of the hospital in the COVID-19 environment as much as possible is important.

Falling is a common safety risk for seniors.

  • 1 in 4 adults over 65 fall each year
  • 1 in 3 who fall, suffer an injury
  • Of those who fall, 1 in 4 die as a result of their fall injury
  • 1 in 2 seniors who fall, will fall again

Families and senior care facilities should have conversations on the types of care needed and advance care planning. There should also be plans in place for Hospice and palliative care. Elara has Dementia Certified Staff who can help with these uncomfortable conversations. These staff are able to help determine when a patient becomes eligible for the hospice medicare benefit.

Dementia: How Therapy Can Help- Nancy VanBenschoten, Arete Rehab

Therapy can provide treatment interventions throughout the stages of dementia to help individuals maximize their qualify of life and lower risk of falls. Various types of therapies can also help those with dementia maintain independence.

Providing education and support for the family, care providers, clients, and promoting the person’s strengths will ensure that those with dementia and their caregivers have the support needed to live life to the fullest.

Nancy VanBenschoten

Regular exercise and physical therapy can help reduce risk of falls, by helping with balance and gait.

Occupational therapy helps promote wellness and health. While these physical therapies may not reduce cognitive decline, they may help patients to be able to maintain independence. By maintaining strength and range of motion, patients can continue with their daily habits.

Speech therapy can also assist those with dementia and caregivers alike. By providing tools and strategies, therapy can help improve communication.

“Therapy is available through VNA services as well as Medicare Part B providers. “We always recommend if they can get a Part A provider, that gives them a longer time with therapy, and then upon discharge, a person can take on a Medicare Part B provider.” says Nancy. It gives caregivers other options for care that are covered by their health insurance.

In the current environment of COVID-19, all home health service providers and patients should be following all safety guidelines.

The Senior Gems® Program- Stages of Dementia

Senior Helpers uses a unique approach to caring for those with dementia. The Senior Gems approach was designed by Teepa Snow, an occupational therapist and partner of Senior Helpers. The program is a method for identifying characteristics of normal aging through late stage dementia.

Based on the Allen Cognitive Disability Theory, the gems are used to focus on what people can do, not their limitations. The six levels, or gems, range from Level 6- Sapphire- not having dementia, but experiencing memory loss, to Level 1- Pearl, which is the end-of-life phase.

By using the gems to categorize a person’s abilities and stage, Senior Helpers are able to provide the best care possible.

You can learn more about the stages of the Senior Gems program here.

Thank you to all the speakers for sharing their time and knowledge.

Check out the entire presentation and the Q&A session at the end.

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February 14, 2020

We had a great turnout for our 2nd training event for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care on February 7th.

Several members of our staff and those in the community took the path to become a Certified Dementia Practitioner with Tammy Pozerycki. This one-day seminar allows the attendees of the training to earn 8 hours of continuing education and/or apply to the NCCDP for their Certified Dementia Practitioner certificate.

ActivMed has partnered with Tammy from Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care to host these events in our Methuen Learning Center. This was the second CDP training event, and two more are planned for May and October of this year. Visit our Event Calendar for these and other local events. 

For more information about Tammy Pozerycki and her training seminars email or 508-861-6709

or visit

November 26, 2019

It was an honor to have attended Shades of Hope 2019 to celebrate Impact Melanoma’s 20th Anniversary!! it was an amazing party and we were thrilled to welcome U.S. Surgeon General VADM Jerome Adams, MD and his wife and melanoma survivor Lacey Adams!

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September 20, 2019

We are so excited to announce that we will be hosting an Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Care one-day seminar with Tammy Pozerycki.

November 16, 2019 7:30am- 4:30pmTammy created Alternatives in Alzheimer’s Care to educate, teach, and inspire personal and professional caregivers. Having personal experience with a loved one with Alzheimer’s, Tammy is passionate about helping others invest in themselves and their staff through education programs.

We will be hosting a seminar for those interested in becoming a Certified Dementia Practitioner. 8 hours of continuing education credits are available for: nurses, social workers, dental professionals, and activity professionals (see online registration for cost).

Check out our Calendar Events page for additional information.


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June 25, 2019

CatiesCloset Clothing Drive



August 1 – August 28

Youth Clothing size 2 – 20 : jeans , sweats , sweatshirts , tees Youth Toiletries: body wash, shampoo, toothpaste
Youth & Teen New Socks & Underwear

Donations will be collected in the lobby of our Methuen, Beverly, and Portsmouth locations

Catie’s Closet is a local non-profit organization dedicated to helping kids go to school & stay in school. With the help of donors, clothing and toiletries are provided at no-charge within 80 schools in MA & NH, including Boston.






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June 21, 2019


We held an afternoon Tea to recognize our Citizen Scientist Award nominees on June 20, 2019.

The Global Alzheimer’s Platform Foundation (GAP) created a first-of-its-kind award to celebrate Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial participants. The only way to find treatments and cures for Alzheimer’s is through clinical trials and these volunteers make that research possible.

As a GAP-Net site we have submitted two nominations for the Citizen Scientists® award. From all the nominations across the U.S. and Canada, three selected winners will be recognized at the annual UsAgainstAlzheimer’s National Summit in Washington, DC, held in the October.

The Mayor of the City of Methuen, MA, Jim Jajuga, joined us to celebrate these nominees and to present his own Mayor Citation, in recognition of their participation. 

Mayor Jajuga also spoke about the partnership between the city of Methuen and ActivMed. We are working together to make Methuen, Dementia Friendly and Age Friendly.

Congratulations to Robert Brown and Sharon Sundberg on being chosen for this award! We commend your efforts to support local research and participate in a trial. 

Robert Brown was nominated for the Champion award. By participating in the Walks to End Alzheimer’s and working with Veterans in the community, he is bringing awareness to the community. He and his wife always have a smile and a joke ready, and have become part of the ActivMed family.

Sharon Sundberg was nominated for the Cornerstone award. Sharon has made extraordinary efforts to participate, traveling nearly three hours to our site for each visit! Her goal is to help future generations through her participation.

Thank you both for your commitment and participation from all of us at ActivMed!


Global Alzheimer's Platform Foundation GAP

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June 17, 2019

We had a great time at the Andover Bike Rodeo & Community Wellness Fair.

The kids learned bike safety, and parents learned about various health topics.

Laura & Karina from our Methuen site helped raise awareness about clinical research and helped people sign up for Free Health Screens.

May 23, 2019












Teepa Snow, an occupational therapist with forty years of clinical practice experience, is one of the world’s leading educators on dementia and the care that accompanies it. In 2005, she founded Positive Approach@to Care (PAC), a company that provides dementia care training, services and products around the world.

Friday, June 7th

Best Western Inn & Conference Center 815 Lafayette Road, Hampton, N.H.


Senior Helpers and Community Partners Session

“Sorting out the Three D’s: Delirium, Depression and Dementia”

9:00am – 10:30am

Community Partners Session

“Using a Positive Approach to Care”

11:00am – 12:00pm

Community Partners and Members Session

“Navigating the Journey of Dementia”

2:00pm — 4:00pm


Register Today




Sponsored by Senior Helpers®

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May 22, 2019

Do you have – trouble coming up with a word or a name? – trouble remembering important dates or events? – trouble recalling what you just read? – Problems losing or misplacing things? If you said “yes” to any of the above, consider having a FREE, confidential memory screening

ActivMed will be on-site at the

Salisbury Senior Center offering

Free Memory Screenings

July 31st 10am – 2pm

43 Lafayette Road

Salisbury, MA 01952


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May 22, 2019

Our CEO, Terr Stubbs, will be speaking at the Andover Rotary Club  June 28, 2019 at the Lanam Club- Andover

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ActivMed Practices & Research, Inc.
CEO and President

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May 21, 2019

June 4, 2019

Our CEO, Terry Stubbs, will be speaking at Wingate Healthcare in Haverhill, MA



April 22, 2019

ActivMed partnered with the Pentucket Players during their production of Mamma Mia! by providing free tickets to 75 area seniors.
Our CEO, Terry Stubbs was able to get a few minutes on stage and speak about Brain Health
and the importance of getting a Memory Screening

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April 18, 2019

Our CEO, Terry Stubbs will be speaking at this year’s MAGI Clinical Research Conference 2019- East

May 5-8 in Boston, MA at the Sheraton Boston Hotel.

The conference will have:

100+ session and workshops in six tracks: clinical operations & project management, site management, regulatory compliance, contracts, budgets & billing, and special topics.

240+ speakers with diverse expertise and backgrounds.

22+ continuing education contact hours (CME, CNE, CCB, other)

Model Agreements & Guidelines International (MAGI) is streamlining clinical research by standardizing best practices for clinical operations, business and regulatory compliance.

ActivMed Practices & Research, Inc. is a proud MAGI Blue Ribbon Site- Chapter Member

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April 18, 2019

Please Join Us!

Enjoy entertainment by local musicians, including organist Scott Ness and Mark Menery singing the best of Frank Sinatra. You will also learn how and why to keep your brain healthy and how you can participate in dementia research happening in our community.

Opportunities to ask questions and sign-up for a free memory screen will be available. Join us at the historic Methuen Memorial Music Hall for a night of music, song, and learning.

Lite refreshments will be served. Free parking available!

This event is free, but requires registration.

Please click here to register!

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November 15, 2018
National Memory Screening Program

National Memory Screening Program

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October 30, 2018

Lisa, the winner of the Alzheimer walk in Andover raffle!

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October 17, 2018

We enjoyed our field trip to visit another site in Rhode Island! We had a great day of sharing recruitment ideas with several other research professionals.

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October 9, 2018
Seacoast Senior Expo - Oct. 10, 2018

Stop by the Seacoast Senior Expo and say hi, and join our raffle for a prize!

Seacoast Senior Expo - Oct. 10, 2018

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September 30, 2018

We had a great time at the Ice Cream Social at the Portsmouth Senior Center!

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September 25, 2018

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September 19, 2018
healthy living expo

We had a great time at Saturday’s Healthy Living Expo at Holy Family Hospital in Haverhill! It was a great day with old and new patients stopping by to say “hello”. Thanks to all who came out to enjoy the great food, massages, and visited our booth to learn more about what we do. We will be notifying the winner of our free Fall-themed gift basket raffle today!

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August 28, 2018

Another successful clothing drive with Catie’s Closet! One of our patients went above and beyond, buying several bags of clothing, shoes, and toiletries for needy children.

She commented, “I can’t imagine a child starting school without new clothes, and since I can’t see my grandson, I bought what I would have bought for him.”

Thank you for your generosity!

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August 24, 2018
MAGI ActivMed

Terry will be speaking at this year’s MAGI Conference in San Diego! Over 700 people (including representatives from over 100 sponsors and CROs) will be in attendance! Click here for more info

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August 23, 2018
Healthy Living Expo Holy Family Hospital

We will be attending the Healthy Living Expo at the Holy Family Hospital in Haverhill on Saturday, September 15! Stop by our booth to say hello and learn more about the exciting things going on at ActivMed!

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August 13, 2018

Laura attended an Elder Services Luncheon at Marland Place Andover on Wednesday, August 8 to help create awareness about our Free Health Screenings and to let the community know of all the research going on right in their neighborhoods!

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July 24, 2018
Gather to End Hunger Festival

We are so excited to be attending this event on Saturday, August 11!

Gather to End Hunger Festival

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July 18, 2018

It’s that time of year again! We have teamed up with Catie’s Closet to FILL THE BUS for the 2018-2019 school year!

Catie’s Closet is an organization on a mission to meet the needs of children across MA and NH who don’t have access to new clothes and basic essentials to begin a new school year with confidence. With the help of community drives, Catie’s Closet has been able to help over 32,000 children in 60 schools.

We are collecting donations of new or gently-used clothing, and new toiletries for students ages 4-19, to help give them a great start to the school year.

Collection dates are July 23rd through August 22nd

Donations can be made at all 3 of our locations in Methuen, Beverly, or Portsmouth.

For more info, visit:

Christine McIntosh:

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June 21, 2018

On Tuesday 6/19, ActivMed participated in a presentation done by the Alzheimer’s Association at Langdon Place of Dover in Dover, NH.

Kendra and Victoria both spoke on our current clinical studies and how people can get involved. Laura spoke about ActivMed’s history and locations, as well as the need for active participants.

It was a great event with 25 in attendance and many questions asked!

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May 22, 2018
Clinical Trials Day

Today we celebrated #ClinicalTrialsDay and our uncompromising commitment to clinical research. We have an amazing group of researchers here at ActivMed!

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April 24, 2018

ActivMed, Inc was proud to participate in the 22nd Annual Winning Opportunities for Women Conference again this year, for the sixth year. Hosted by Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce, the conference was held at the Blue Ocean Music Hall in Salisbury, MA, on March 30, 2018. There were 250 women in attendance.

The theme this year was Defining Moments, and the event featured a group of fantastic speakers:

  • Dr. Bridget Cooper~ Live Life Large
  • Superior Court Judge Sharon Poole Donatelle
  • Julie Ganong~ CEO of Chococoa Baking Company
  • Kat Knox~ Publicist for Jeff Bauman, Boston Marathon Survivor
  • Jules Pieri~ Co-Founder & CEO of The Grommet

We raffled off a colorful piece of Isaac Mizrahi Harley 29” Hardside spinner, wheeled-luggage, raising $830. The proceeds of which were donated to the Winning Opportunities for Women organization. Our winner, Amy Sweeney, also received a gift certificate to a local hotel chain to enjoy an overnight stay at a location of her choice.

If you need any more information about the W.O.W. conference, call Laura Rocha at ActivMed in Methuen, 978-655-7155.


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April 16, 2018
Clinical Research Certificate

Click here to download/print PDF

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March 30, 2018
ActivMed at Salisbury Senior Center Winter Carnival event

What an awesome day at the Salisbury Senior Center Winter Carnival event! It was a lot of fun and the seniors had a blast!

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November 30, 2017
Spirit of Christmas ActivMed

It seems the spirit of Christmas has taken over ActivMed! This year we are sponsoring two, yes, two families from the EMMAUS house and holding a generic toy drive at the Methuen, MA location. Our Beverly, MA office also donated to the Bootstraps program which provides hot meals to those in need. At our Portsmouth, NH site location, clothing was also collected to donate to the York County Shelter program. Also, any non-perishable food items would be appreciated so we can help fill the local food pantry. With many less fortunate children and families in our area, ActivMed is happy to help brighten somebody’s Christmas Day.

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November 15, 2017
walk to end alzheimer

We are excited to be one of the sponsors of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s and are so happy to have received this as a thank you.

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April 14, 2017
WOW Winning Opportunities for Women 2017 clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

ActivMed has sponsored the annual Winning Opportunities for Women Conference for the past five years. This year ActivMed donated the proceeds ($1300) from a raffle for the wine jail below and 44 bottles of wine to the Mary Anne Esposito foundation.

ActivMed also donated a 9” Pink Tablet and the raffle proceeds to the Winning Opportunities for Women organization.

The 21st Annual Conference was on April 14th, 2017 at the Blue Ocean Music Hall in Salisbury, MA.

The event featured:
Becca Pizzi, Winner of World Marathon Challenge
Cheryl Fiandaca, WBZ-TV Chief Investigative Reporter
Gina Barreca, Author, Humorist Professor of Feminist Theory
Susan Legar Ferraro, Founder/CEO Imajine That and G3

If you need any more information about the W.O.W. conference, call Laura Rocha at ActivMed in Methuen, 978-655-7155.

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March 31, 2017
Girls Technology clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

Join Terry Stubbs, Founder, president and CEO of ActivMed Practices & Research, on Thursday, March 17, 2016 from 8:30 am to 2:00 pm at the NH Department of Education.

This event will proudly co-sponsor the Girls Technology Day, in partnership with the NH Community College System. The events will be held at NHTI, Great Bay Community College, and University of NH, respectively. 500 high school freshmen and sophomore young women are expected to attend.

Workshops will be led by educators and industry-leaders from the local community, like Terry Stubbs. Terry Stubbs has managed nearly 600 clinical trials and has almost 25 years of healthcare management experience. She is author of the “Quick Pace Recruitment Program” and “12 Keys to Successful Weight Maintenance.” She is also an active member of DIA and ACRP.

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March 31, 2017
Scope Summit clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

ActivMed will be at the 7th Annual SCOPE Summit, taking place February 23-25, 2016 in Miami, FL. This event will offer three stimulating days of in-depth discussions in twelve different conferences, four pre-conference workshops and two symposia focused on issues related to each aspect of clinical trial planning and management: Data Integration, Feasibility, Site Selection and Management, Patient Engagement, Recruitment and Retention, Mobile Tech, Project Management, Outsourcing, Forecasting, Budgeting and Contracting, Quality (QbD) in Trial Conduct, Risk-Based Monitoring, Post-Marketing Studies, Observational Research, Statistics and Biomarker-Driven Trials.

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March 31, 2017

ActivMed supports Emmaus House and all the amazing work they do in our community. Our staff proudly makes donations to this worthy organization. They provide emergency housing, affordable housing, services and job training, and much more.

Get more information on our Charity Events

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March 31, 2017
community clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

Building and maintaining relationships within our community is extremely important to us here at ActivMed. Throughout the years ActivMed has worked to form genuine connections with our loyal patients and volunteers, fostering a great environment and allowing us to contribute to the community. In addition to our involvement in local community organizations, we also provide free health screenings to the general public. Simply make an appointment to come into one of our three facilities in Massachusetts or New Hampshire. Please feel free to call us if you are interested in scheduling an appointment.

Take a look at our charities and community involvement.

August 4, 2016
Portsmouth, NH

On Friday July 15th, we held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of our brand new Portsmouth, NH clinical trial facility. Senator Kelly Ayotte attended and participated in cutting the ribbon with our CEO, Terry Stubbs. The American Red Cross Bloodmobile was parked outside all day—patients, staff, and local businesses lined up to give donations. Multiple news stations and newpaper publishers joined to experience the event.

The Union Leader published an article about the event and stated: “ActivMed Founder Terry Stubs say she has been interested in reasearch for 22 years, and is thrilled to watch her company grow, as new cures are discovered through clinical research for the FDA.”

Our new Pease International Tradeport location in Portsmouth will house different clinical trials for people with COPD, high choleterol, mental illnesses, skin conditions, and more. The 5.600 square foot office employs 11 out of our current 34 employees. posted a video of the ribbon cutting with Senator Kelly Ayotte and Terry Stubbs ( also highlighted that Alzheimer clinicial trials will be taking place at our new Portsmouth, NH location along with testing a non-opiod pain management drug.

Senator Kelly Ayotte strongly supports the fight against Alzheimers and the battle against opiod addiction—she Tweeted: “Glad to attend the opening of @ActivMed’s Portsmouth facility & graful for their efforts in the fight against #ALZ”.

Thank you to all of our friends, family, and local business owners for joining us in the grand opening of our brand new Portsmouth location—it was a welcoming success! We look forward to making new discoveries and cures in the future here at ActivMed Research.

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August 2, 2016
alzheimers clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

Alzheimer’s disease and todays emerging therapies”. Please join ActivMed for these upcoming events

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July 22, 2016
Investigator Summit clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

Our CEO Terry Stubbs will be co-chairing  the Investigator Site Files Summit Conference September 19-20 at the Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill, Boston MA

  • A collaboration of industry leaders including pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies as well as research sites and CROs
  • 2 days of case studies, panels, and sessions to educate on proper document management of Investigator Site Files
  • Pre-conference workshop focusing on building an ISF management plan

Click Here to learn more about the event!

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April 23, 2016
American Cancer Society clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

April 23, 2016

ActivMed staff participated in American Cancer Society’s Relay for life from April 23rd at 12pm to April 24th at 6am.

  • This event was be held at the University of New Hampshire at the Whittemore Center.
  • ActivMed raised over $2000 to help fund cancer research.
  • Raffles, games, performances and free food was provided.
  • If you have not already and you would like to; click the link below to donate to our team in the fight to cure cancer.
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March 31, 2016

ActivMed proudly sponsored both the Seacoast New Hampshire and the Northern Massachusetts Alzheimer’s Association Walk to end Alzheimer’s. The 2016 walk raised $4000. Thank you to everyone who came out and made the events hugely successful! We are looking forward to raising more in 2017.

In addition, ActivMed proudly donated $1,400 to this worthy cause on September 28, 2014 at 14 Hancock Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801

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February 18, 2016
MAGI clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

May 21st – May 24th 2016

Terry Stubbs, Our President & CEO will be speaking at the conference for the 10th consecutive year

  • 100+ sessions and workshops in seven tracks: sponsor operations, site operations, regulatory compliance, contracts, budgets & billing, quality and special topics.
  • Exceptional networking with a broad (but not too broad) range of experienced clinical research professionals
  • 22+ continuing education contact hours (CME, CNE, CLE, CCB, other)

Check Out The Magi Website Here!

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October 23, 2014
Sea Festival of Trees clinical research trial study studies ActiveMed Portsmouth NH Beverly MA Methuen MA

ActivMed is proudly donating a Starry Night Themed Christmas Tree to the Sea Festival of Trees on November 22nd – December 6th, 2014 at the Blue Ocean Music Hall in Salisbury, MA.

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