Why Participate in a Research Study?

February 3, 2011

Possibly gain access to otherwise unavailable drug or therapy options.

According to a 2008 survey by Women’s Health Research, more than 70% of Americans who have participated in a research study say they would do it again. If you are considering ┬áparticipating in a research study, read on for some commonly asked questions.

 

Why Participate?

  • Help discover the causes of disease and participate in the development ofpotential new treatments.
  • Medical services and/or study drug trial medications will be provided at no charge .
  • Assist researchers to develop improvements in the quality and cost of medical care.
  • Compensation for your time and travel may be available if you qualify and participate.

How Will I Be Protected?

To make an informed decision about participating, you receive detailed information about the study and your participation requirements.

  • You can opt out at any time.
  • All medical information will be handled confidentiality.
  • Our experienced staff is always available to answer questions.
  • All studies are supervised by a medical doctor.

How Long Does it Take?

The length of a research study is dependent on many factors. Studies can last anywhere from a few weeks to over a year. However, much of the research data can be gained without direct patient interaction, limiting your in-office visits.

How Do I Qualify?

Participants are carefully selected for each research study based upon the specific requirements provided by the pharmaceutical company or research organization funding the study.

Criteria may be related to:

  • age.
  • gender.
  • medical history.
  • other clinically relevant factors.

For more information on our studies,call today at 404-851-9934 or visit www.neurotrials.com

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