British Research Panel aims to promote research and development of new medicine in Britain by establishing links between research doctors and volunteer, who wish to participate in this development.
Clinical research trials are conducted at the British hospitals, where doctors are experiencing difficulties finding the necessary volunteers to carry out the medical trials. British Research Panel is solving this problem by linking the volunteers in the British Research Panel with the doctors and nurses who lead the trials.
British Research Panel is a patient portal on the web and acts as a member database, where volunteers register by filling in a health questionnaire. Membership is free and there is no obligation to participate. Members always have the option of unsubscribing, whereby all personal data is removed. Sign up here
As a member, you will be informed via email when a research project fits your health profile and is taking place at a nearby hospital. Read more about how this happens.
British Research Panel is established by James Lind Institute, an organisation specialized in creating patient communities. Read more here.
British Research Panel is approved by the Data Protection Agency. Read more about personal data security.
When you are a member, you will be informed via email about research projects that fit your health profile and take place at a nearby hospital.
As a member, you will only hear from British Research Panel when there are new research projects that take place at nearby hospitals and match your health profile.