Help develop treatment
You will contribute to the development of new medical treatments for future generations and for patients with the same disease as you
Care from experts
You will receive care and attention from highly specialized medical staff and experts
Access the latest treatments
You will receive access to the latest treatments and specialized knowledge for free
Knowledge about health
You will undergo various tests and checks by health personnel that will provide you with insight about your own disease and health
What is a clinical trial?
A clinical trial is a research program that involves participants testing a new drug or treatment. Investigators try to determine the safety and efficacy of the intervention by measuring certain outcomes in the participants.
Clinical trials are run by a principal investigator and a research team including doctors, nurses and other health care professionals.
The project is described in a protocol and must always answer the following key questions:
- How well does the drug tested work?
- Is it more effective than current treatment?
- Is it safe and are there any side effects?
A clinical trial involves 4 phases and members of the British Research Panel are offered participation in phases 2, 3 and 4.
It's free to sign up and participate in a study. You can always opt out, and you will be assisted through the process by our Research Nurses.
As a member of the British Research Panel you will be contacted if we can offer you participation in a clinical trial or research project.