Participating in medical trials
By taking part in a Clinical trial you can help in the development of new medicines that will save lives, you will also be reimbursed for giving up your time and any expenses that you may incur taking part in any medical trial. Information about you is securely and confidentially kept on our database register that we can access to contact you regarding individual studies.
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Why are Clinical Trials Important?
Do You Have any Query?
Frequently Asked Questions
Researchers planning a trial will draw up a protocol. This is the detailed plan for the trial, and it must include:
- What the trial is aiming to find out.
- How many people will be involved?
- The eligibility criteria – who can take part in the trial.
- What treatments are being compared?
- What tests people taking part in the trial will have and when they must have them.
If you decide that you would like to hear more about clinical trials taking place that you could be a part of please complete the form and we will contact you shortly after Register as a Clinical Trial participant. The information which you submit will be retained on the computer by CLINEER LTD and may be passed on to third parties including clinical research organisations and clinical investigators for the purposes of contacting you regarding your interest in taking part in a clinical trial.
The information will be retained by CLINEER LTD and provided to organisations conducting Clinical studies (which may involve transfer of this information outside of the European Economic Area).If you decide at a later stage that you would like to withdraw your details from the CLINEER LTD register please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that if you decide to withdraw your interest after your details have been passed on to a third party CLINEER LTD are not responsible for their record-keeping however we shall take all reasonable steps to inform them that you are no longer interested in hearing about clinical studies.