WHAT’S IT LIKE TO BE IN A RESEARCH STUDY?
Volunteering for clinical studies is safe, easy and surprisingly quick to do. It’s a great opportunity to receive compensation for your time. The research study in Boeson Research is manufactured into therapies vital to millions of patients around the world.
About Boeson Research
Boeson Research was founded on the guiding principle of making a difference for those that follow. The name “boeson” is of Danish origin and literally means son of farmer or son of life. We chose our name to remind us that our work in improving the health of the generations that follow is necessary and valuable. Our medical staff sincerely desires to change the world – to improve medical experiences, overall health, and patient safety. Just as each season, apple orchard blossoms result in a harvest of delicious, life-giving fruit, Boeson Research works on life-improving – sometimes, life-saving – advances in medical knowledge and practice. Boeson Research. Life Advances.
Eight Steps From
One to Done.
1. PRE-SCREENING: Initial conversation by phone or in the clinic with a study team member to tell you about the study opportunity.
2. INFORMED CONSENT: Review and complete a form that explains your rights and obligations as a participant in the study.
3. SCREENING: Do you meet the basic study requirements? Vitals, labs, medical history, exams, or other procedures may be conducted.
4. ENROLLMENT & RANDOMIZATION: You are assigned to a treatment course, which could be a placebo. You and your doctor may not know which you receive – study treatment or control palcebo.
5. STUDY VISITS: These may be days, weeks, or months apart. The study protocol outlines what happens at each visit, such as labs, physical exam, questionnaires, or other tests/procedures.
6. END OF STUDY TREATMENT: You will discontinue treatment of either the study treatment or the control placebo. You will also discuss your experience up to this point.
7. FOLLOW-UP PERIOD: The study team may call you, or you may have occasional appointments to assess how you are doing following the study treatment.
8. COMPLETION: Your participation in the study is complete. Often, you are asked to share your final feelings on the experience to drive improvements.
About Clinical Studies
At Boeson Reseach, the needs of the patient come first. Part of this commitment involves conducting medical research with the goal of helping patients live longer, healthier lives.
Through clinical studies, which involve people who volunteer to participate in them, researchers can better understand how to diagnose, treat and prevent diseases or conditions.