Paratus Clinical joins our tribe committed to engaging people in research

Paratus Clinical

We are excited to announce Paratus Clinical has joined the tribe of organisations committed, like Research4Me, to taking action to increase the engagement and involvement of patients, caregivers and the public in clinical trials. Up to 80% of clinical trials struggle to recruit enough participants, causing delays and trial...

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PC4 Scientific Symposium 2019

PC4 Annual Symposium 4 Apr 2019

The Primary Care Collaborative Cancer Clinical Trials Group (PC4) is hosting their annual symposium on the 4th April 2019 in Melbourne. This symposium is a multidisciplinary meeting with invited speakers to cover the primary care spectrum of cancer research. The symposium will highlight prevention and diagnosis, survivorship, and cancer palliative care...

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Research4Me welcomes ARCS commitment to patient engagement

ARCS

Research4Me and ARCS Australia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, committing to taking action to increase the engagement and involvement of patients, caregivers and the public in health and medical research. The lived experience of patients and caregivers dealing with the health issues researchers are studying, as well as...

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Research Case Study: The ENDIA study – consumer engagement in practice – Part 2

Engagement in the ENDIA study Bill and Kelly

Recently, we spoke with Kelly (part of the research team) and Bill (a dad with type 1 diabetes) about consumer engagement in the ENDIA study, Australia’s largest study into the cause of type 1 diabetes, as a path to improve study recruitment, engagement and retention. In Part 1 of this...

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Research Case Study: The ENDIA study – consumer engagement in practice – Part 1

ENDIA study interview with Bill and Kelly

A couple of months ago, Kelly McGorm joined our Facebook group and we started up a conversation about her work recruiting for, and supporting the people participating in the ENDIA Study.  The ENDIA study is Australia’s largest study into the cause of type 1 diabetes and is currently recruiting...

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Last chance for a free registration to ACTA2018 29-30Nov18 in Sydney.

ACTA Summit 2018 Free ticket

In case you missed our social media anouncements, we’ve been promoting the opportunity for a health consumer to get a free registration to come along to the ACTA clinical trials summit 29-30Nov18 in Sydney next week. Our Events and Current Opportunities pages can tell you more about the conference,...

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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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MRFF Priorities 2018-2020: Time to have your say

MRFF Priorities

For those that haven’t heard, the Australian government is building a $20billion Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF). Per the website, this additional investment in health and medical research outside of the funding given to the National Health and Medical Research Council is “about giving Australians in need hope —...

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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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Perspectives on consumers in research – #TrialsTues

Health Voices - Consumers in research

We are very passionate about the possibilities for health consumers in research, as well as their carers. It was for this very reason that Research4Me was launched – to make it easier for health consumers and their families/carers to connect with research. , . For example, 80% of clinical trials...

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