Researchers in British Columbia are trying to learn more about people’s experiences involving clinical trials.
- You have previously participated in a clinical trial;
- You have been invited to participate in a clinical trial and refused;
- You are the parent of a child who has been approached to participate in a clinical trial.
You are invited to complete an online survey to assist researchers in British Columbia in better understanding why people decide (or decline) to participate in a clinical trial and what the experience was (or is) like for them.
The B.C. Clinical Research Infrastructure Network (BCCRIN) is conducting this online, anonymous survey.
Should you choose to participate, your responses will assist researchers in designing clinical trials in a way that may better address the concerns, questions, and comfort of research subjects. As clinical trials are essential to enable progress in medical research, any improvements that can be made to the experience for research subjects is important.
To access this online survey, please visit: www.bccrin.ca/survey
CHÉOS Clinical Research Support Manager Shifana Premji is the contact for St. Paul’s Hospital. Contact her at 604-806-8871.