Reina’s Top 7 Reasons Why Clinical Trials Matter

Reina - Why Clinical Trials Matter

Our founder first crossed paths with Reina S. Weiner a couple of years ago, and interviewed her for the #WhyClinicalTrialsMatters campaign she started before founding Research4Me. You can catch up on that interview here where Reina shares why you need to either ask about clinical trials, or potentially miss...

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An experiment to teach young children about clinical trials & what it I learnt doing it

Teaching Children About CTs

Each August, Science Week runs across Australia. It is an opportunity to raise the profile of and engage people in science and research, from small grass roots events to large scale citizen science projects. This includes teaching children, who will be our next generation of STEM leaders. As a...

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PExS2018 Part 3(Final): Getting Patients & Researchers Working Together

Working Together

In the 3rd and final wrap of the workshop we held at the NSW Patient Experience Symposium (#PExS2018), we cover what Anthony Brown, Executive Director of Health Consumers NSW (HCNSW) shared in his overview of HCNSW, their interest in research, and getting researchers and patients working together, based on the...

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Reflecting on the AskAboutClinicalTrials.com Campaign

Ask About ClinicalTrials Campaign

A week from now, the inaugural international PopupStar teams who competed to run a community-based event to raise awareness of clinical trials will gather in New York to hear the winner of the competition announced. The PopupStar competition aimed to bring together teams inclusive of all the stakeholders of...

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Launching #TrialsTues – Regularly Demystifying Clinical Trials

#TrialsTuesday

Today we are launching #TrialsTues to shine a spotlight on and encourage involvement in clinical trials on an ongoing basis. In 2005, ECRIN launched International Clinical Trials Day (ICTD), 20th May, to commemorate the day when James Lind started his famous clinical trial on scurvy in 1747, May 20th, and...

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