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What are clinical trials?

26 Oct

Clinical trial is a process that required testing of medicine or new drug in controlled environment. By participating in clinical trials you help drug companies to find treatment for different conditions and illnesses. Clinical trials are essentials to find cure and development of new drugs. Team of expert doctors and nurses conduct required test on […]

Do I get paid for clinical trials?

26 Oct

Yes, clinical trial companies pay volunteers money for their time and efforts. Payments vary from different trials and locations. Payment start from £100 and many times it reach up to £4000.

Are overnight stays involved in clinical trials?

26 Oct

Yes, in some cases clinical trials required to overnight stays at sponsors unit. Most of trials take place in office hours but some might require being stay over there. Clinical Trial Company will make all the necessary requirements for overnight stays.

If I change my mind, can I leave the trial?

26 Oct

Yes, if you want to leave trial then you are free to do so. Clinical trials are volunteer process that gives you full choice to make your decision.

Can I volunteer for a trial?

26 Oct

Yes, please register at our site and apply for any trial you may be interested. If you have been short listed then sponsor will contact you directly. Before you apply for any trial it’s important to read and understand trial requirements for volunteers.

Are clinical trials safe?

26 Oct

Every study our sponsor conduct is in accordance with EU legislation* and independently approved by governmentally authorised ethics committees and by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority (MHRA), ensuring your wellbeing is the priority of every study. Clinical trials are carried out under the strict supervision of fully qualified doctors, nurses and other health […]

Am I eligible for clinical trials?

26 Oct

Most of the times clinical trial companies look for healthy volunteers but in many cases sponsors are looking for volunteers who meet certain health condition or suffering from particular illnesses. There no fix rules for eligibility but it depends on kind of study you are applying for.

Who decides whether I am accepted on to the trial?

26 Oct

Clinical trial companies or sponsors of the study make final decision who they want to select for trial. Trial companies receive lot of applications from volunteers but only limited number of volunteers gets call from sponsors.

What happens if I am unsuitable for the Volunteer trial?

26 Oct

Unfortunately, selecting a volunteer for study or not selecting a volunteer for study is sponsors decision. We can no guarantee that everyone who applies for clinical trial will be accepted for that study. You are free to apply for any other clinical trial you may be interested.

Is my participation in clinical trials voluntary?

26 Oct

Yes, participation on clinical trial is absolutely volunteer. Even if you have applied for a clinical trial there is no force that you have to participate in the study. You can even pull out of during the clinical study if you do not wish to continue.