“Clinical Research Studies human response to a new drug or therapy. A Clinical Trial Volunteer is a person who volunteers in testing a new drug or therapy. Gro UK – Manchester Clinic is an excellent resource for this. The information is collected at the Clinical Research Centre, and will determine whether the investigational compound or therapy will be approved for release on the market.” So you’ve done your preparations. You looked at the concept of clinical trials, collected knowledge and facts on various phases (Phase I-IV), different research (human pharmacology, therapeutic exploratory, confirmatory therapeutic, therapeutic use), risks and side effects (in different phase forms or targeted diseases) and determined why you would like to become a volunteer in a clinical trial.
Now the next move is to search for a centre where you would like to serve as a volunteer. You may want to reconnect with the centre if you have been studying in the past: send them a call to find out what is open to you. If however, you had to search for a new centre for some reason, or if you never took part in the research, here are the top five locations a clinical trial volunteer would want to browse to locate a nearby trial centre.A number of hospital-affiliated doctors and experts are also interested in clinical research studies. Therefore, you might want to send the hospital a call to tell them that to find out about ongoing trials, you would like to become a clinical trial volunteer. You may also opt to be more specific and choose a specific department (respiratory, oncology, arthritis, etc and call the department directly or visit their website, as many of them can mention in their departments the form of clinical trials available. Finally, make sure you take a look at the board near the front desk at the next hospital/clinic appointment, you will find out that the clinical is also a clinical testing centre and many of the doctors are going to post their ongoing trials.