Being a research participant means that you take part in the research. This could involve questionnaires, interviews or focus groups, trialing medical devises or procedures, or giving permission for your medical data to be used. Patients who take part in research benefit from all the support, value and purpose that this brings, as well as any potential new treatment outcomes.
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If you would like to be considered for a research study you should contact us or your doctor, nurse, or clinician to see if there are any trials you could participate in.