Becoming a participant is a benevolent act in which you are helping to advance science and medicine. You are also playing an active role in your own health care by learning more about the condition and treatments.
If you decide you would like to participate in a study, you will be required to meet specific inclusion criteria and pass all pre-study assessments. You will be asked to adhere to certain study requirements and restrictions, and it is important that you follow the instructions that are given to you.
Volunteers are compensated for their time and inconvenience as a result of participation in a study.
To learn more about volunteering for our clinical trials read our FAQs. Many website also offer information about participating in clinical trials.
You may find the following websites concerning clinical trials informative:
Medicines New Zealand - Clinical Trial
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Generic Drugs: Questions and Answers
National Institutes of Health - Program for Healthy Volunteers
Merck Sharp & Dohme - What Participants Need to Know About Clinical Trials
If you're ready to participate, please register here.