As a patient or person with a specific condition, taking part in research can offer many benefits including access to new and potentially better treatments, improved understanding of your condition and a sense of well-being knowing you are helping others as well as yourself.
In clinical research many volunteers provide researchers with important information which they can compare with people who have specific illnesses. You can still be a healthy or control volunteer even if you have other health conditions. This page details opportunities to take part in studies that don't require you to have a specific condition.
Patients and members of the public are often needed to take part in focus groups or review potential research topics. This can help to make sure that research considers the views and experiences of the patient and/or service user and helps clinicians to make sure that their research is for the benefit of patients.
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