Of Studies Part 1:
There are 2 main types of studies:
studies are conducted at a Clinical Research Facility.
Studies will last between one and thirty nights or more. The
study may have one period or there may be
multiple stays. In order to participate in an
In-Patient study, you must be available to stay at the facility
without leaving for the entire duration of the stay and or stays. That
means you are at there 24 hours a day! In addition to the
In-Patient stay, you may also be required to come in for one or
more Out-Patient visits. These visits usually pay between
$50 to $100 and are factored into the payment.
Here is a chart to give you a good idea of what
payments to expect for the amount of days spent in a study.
These are broad and most clinics will be in the middle of the
range. The payment depends on the amount and intensity of
the procedures you will be required to complete during the
study. This chart is based on total payment based on
number of days spent in the clinic and any potential Out-Patient
visits. This chart is for reference only as there is no
standard for clinics to base their pay on.
studies are consists of one or more visits to a Clinical
Research Facility. Most visits last from one hour to three
or four depending on the nature of the visit. While some
healthy studies are done solely with Out-Patients, you will see
far more patient studies done this way. Patient meaning
people with the symptoms that the drug is meant to treat.
Unfortunately, most Out-Patient studies will not pay nearly as
much as In-Patient studies. Typical pay ranges from $50 to
$200 per visit and depending on the study, you may receive a completion
bonus after the study is done.
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Of Studies Part 1
Of Studies Part 2
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Institutional Review Board (IRB)
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