Your participation in a trial is over. What happens now?

My trial treatment was blinded. When do I find out what treatment I was getting?

  When can I find out what treatment I was getting (if I was a blinded)? Even though you might be finished with trial visits, but there might still be other people going through the trial.  A trial will typically not be unblinded until all participants have finished their visits, and the data analysis is underway. As such, you may

What happens at the end of a clinical trial?

For many clinical trial participants and their families, coming to the end of a trial can be an emotional journey. Some can get anxious, fearful or lonely. If you’ve had the gold class clinical trial experience and developed a warm relationship with the research team, who have been your support for navigating parking, moving around the hospital, and more, as

How and when do I get the study results ?

  How and when do I get the study results ? Clinical trial reports should be produced for every trial, and ideally published. Best practice is to report within 12 months of completing the last participant visit in a trial.  To date, those running trials have not always been very good at publishing reports, but there is mounting regulatory, funding

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