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Screening and clinic admission

  • Pleasant homely atmosphere

  • A drug research for everyone

  • Aimed at volunteers

  • Safety is paramount

Screening, briefing and consent:

During the screening, the medical examiner will provide you with written and oral information about the drug study. If you decide to participate, you give your written consent prior to the screening. You can withdraw your consent to participate at any time, even if the drug study has already begun.

As soon as you have provided your written consent, the actual screening begins. This consists of various procedures, such as a physical screening by the doctor, and a number of nursing procedures, such as taking blood samples, measuring blood pressure, an ECG and a drug test. The entire screening takes around 3 hours. In some cases, unexpected things may be discovered that need extra medical attention or care. In such cases, we may refer you to your general practitioner or a specialist, after consultation, of course.

Participation, clinic period:

After the screening, we will contact you to find out if you can participate in the study. When you arrive at the clinic, a final check will be made to ensure that you meet all the criteria. If everything is fine (i.e. you meet all the specific requirements and wishes of the study protocol), you will be definitively approved for participation in the drug study. It is still possible for you to be designated as an alternate volunteer and not required to participate in the drug study.

During the drug study, you will be administered medication in the form of a tablet or an infusion, for example. It may be a single dose or multiple doses. In order to investigate the effects and side effects of the research drug, assays are performed as described in the protocol. This may involve taking blood samples, for example, measuring blood pressure, collecting urine and taking heart images.

The length of stay in the clinic varies according to the drug study. You can find more information about this in the various research studies.

Final screening:

The drug study is concluded with a final screening. The final screening assesses whether you have ended the drug study in the same physical condition as when you began it.

 

 

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1 Step 1: Register

Register as a volunteer for one of our clinical trials via our website.

2 Step 2: Medical screening

You undergo a medical examination. The medical examination will determine whether you are suitable for the drug research study.

3 Step 3: Participation

During your participation, you will stay at our research centre and return one or multiple times. It is also possible that you will be an alternate volunteer.

4 Step 4: Compensation

If you have completed all of the steps, you will receive your compensation within at least 4 weeks after the final screening.