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Registration / Pre-Screening
If you’re interested in an upcoming trial or would like to be kept informed of future trials, you can contact our Recruiting Call Centre and register/pre-screen with us.
Once you’ve completed registration, we will provide you with the details of available studies and assess if you qualify for a study on a preliminary basis (pre-screening).
If you meet the study criteria during your pre-screening (preliminary) evaluation, we will schedule you for a screening appointment. During this visit to our site, you will participate in an Informed Consent session as well as various medical assessments/measurements (these may vary based on the study requirements).
Typical assessments include:
If you are deemed eligible based on the results of your medical screening visit, you will be contacted by our Results Coordinator. We will usually call you within 5 business days of your medical screening appointment but the timing may vary based on each study.
If you are assigned to a study, you will need to be prepared for your visits. This requires you to be available for the study visits based on the dates and times listed in the study schedule, following the study restrictions and arriving at the site in a timely manner with your personal belongings.
You will receive the full study compensation upon completion of all the study visits. This compensation may be broken down into partial payments depending on the overall duration of the study. Penalties and deductions may be applied for lateness, missed visits or non-compliances (as outlined in the Informed Consent Form). The compensation is provided on a pro-rated basis; in other words, you will be compensated for all completed visits according to the payment schedule.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a clinical trial?
What are early phase clinical trials?
Clinical Trials are divided into 4 phases. Phase 1 and 2 trials constitute early phase trials, Phase 3 and 4 research studies are late-phase trials.
The primary objective of Phase 1 studies is to determine the correct drug dosage by evaluating drug safety and determining if there are any side effects. Phase 1 trials are conducted in healthy volunteers.
Phase 2 studies also study the safety of a drug but focus on evaluating its effectiveness. These studies can be conducted in healthy volunteers or in individuals who have a certain disease or condition.
Should I expect to experience any side-effects while doing studies?
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A friendly member of our Recruitment Team will contact you to confirm eligibility and answer any questions you may have.