Healthy Volunteer Research Database
At PCRN, we’re at the forefront of medical innovation, and you can be too. Clinical trials are the heartbeat of advancements, shaping the future of medications, treatments, and even vaccines. By joining our research database, you step into a world where your participation matters. Be among the first to know about upcoming studies, receive alerts, and embark on a journey where your contribution makes a lasting impact. Sign up for our research database today.
Join Our Study Database Today
Use the link below to sign up for our database and help improve the future of healthcare.
Requirements At a Glance
What Is Clinical Research?
Clinical research is the process of developing potential treatments for diseases. Medicines must pass through clinical trials to ensure their safety and effectiveness.
Are clinical trials safe?
In New Zealand, all clinical trials must be approved by the New Zealand Health and Disability Ethics Committee. This process involves evaluating whether the potential benefits of study participation outweigh the risks.
For the most part, clinical trials are safe. However, there is always a level of risk with any new medicine. There isn’t any way to predict how an individual will respond. Our team will always advise participants of the potential risks and monitor each participant throughout the trial.
PCRN’s trials are committed to facilitating the availability of new medication for people to live fully with the best quality of life. Your participation not only positively impacts you but also those struggling with a disease that affects every facet of their life. Medical advancements need participants to continue with healthcare innovation.
What To Expect from a trial
What To Expect From Us
Volunteer, make a difference to the future of healthcare
Whether you have a health condition or not, participation provides valuable insights, improves understanding, and may influence health outcomes for individuals. Contribute to research, help others, and benefit from free health monitoring by our dedicated team. If would like to be contacted for future clinical study opportunities, please sign up for our research database via the link below.