Trials4patients Richmond Pharmacology volunteer recruitment

What are clinical trials?

By volunteering for a clinical trial you will be assisting in the research of new medicines, and your participation is essential for the development of potential cures.

In order to obtain a license for a new medicine, the pharmaceutical company who want to produce it must firstly conduct research in to the medicine. That's were Richmond Pharmacology are commissioned to independently conduct such research. We conduct clinical trials at Phase I ( and Phase II-IV ( For more information on the stages of controlled testing please click here.

The type of medicine we are researching will determine your suitability to take part, and in order to check your health and well being, we will ask you to give your consent for us to contact your family doctor and invite you in for a screening visit before taking part. During this visit our friendly staff will take your medical history, measure your heart activity (ECG) and blood pressure, and take a small sample of blood and urine. Just think of it as visiting your GP, Hospital Consultant or a Specialist for a medical examination. Depending on the study additional investigations may be added.

Each trial is different, therefore the requirements for you will be different. What we can guarantee is that you will be supervised by the most experienced staff who are dedicated to maintaining your well-being.

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