What is a clinical study?

  1. Q.Will I be compensated if I take part in a study?


  1. A.You will be compensated for time and travel, including the screening visit, paid to you after completion of the visit.


  1. Q.Will I be screened for illegal substances?


  1. A.You will have a drug urine screen prior to the screening visit. If positive, the screening visit will not be performed and you will not be compensated.


  1. Q.Is it dangerous for my health to participate in a study?


  1. A.Nothing is without risks, including participating in a study. However, while in a study, your health will be carefully monitored by qualified personnel and you will be repeatedly tested. The results of the tests will be shared with you and you may request copies to share with your personal physician.

Current studies

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

A clinical study is an investigation conducted with patients who suffer from a particular condition, although sometimes the study is done with healthy volunteers. Every study has a set of criteria, referred to as inclusion and exclusion criteria, which the patients have to fulfill in order to participate in a study. This is determined at the so-called screening visit.


At MedVadis Research, the clinical studies that are conducted focus on the efficacy and safety of medications. The studies usually also involve a placebo, which is a non-active medication, for comparison.


Most studies have a duration of 3 to 5 months but some last for 1 to 2 years. The visits range from weekly to monthly and generally last for 1 to 2 hours.  





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