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By Charles Eric Subscribe to RSS | July 18th 2012 | Views:

Volunteers taking part in medical trials are normally paid for each one of them. The payment will vary from the kind of study being conducted and the length of the study contrary to what many people think that the trials are paid in relation to the risks that they pose on the individuals taking part in them. It is important to remember that the studies might require that you spend several nights under observation in the units or also attend outpatient visits hence the payments greatly differ from one medical study to another.

Time commitment is what the payment is all about since it means that you will have to leave your other responsibilities to take part in the trials some of which could even take several months to complete. You can determine just how much you will be paid for medical trials you are interested in taking part in by searching on the website of the research unit within your locality. The importance that comes attached to the medical trials are however far more important than the money and hence the units and sponsor companies offer very good payments.

The medical units handling the trials will normally send cheque for the agreed or offered amount for the trial mostly after the last visit of the study. It means that the check will be with you in seven to ten working days. Since not many people are close to the units, you get payment for the expenses that you will have to incur during the process. It is important to remember that you will have to make frequent visits to the unit and your mobility is enhanced by an allowance. Even those going only for the screening will have their expenses covered.

The paid medical trials attract lots of volunteers but there is also a criterion that needs to be followed when choosing the best individuals to take part in the medical trials. For instance, those volunteering in the trials must be over 18 years of age and also have a registered and experience doctor. The personal doctor will have to be informed about the trials and will give the go ahead in case the volunteer is fit enough to take part in the trials. It is important to remember that you might not qualify for the medical trials when suffering from certain conditions or when under medication that could interfere with the trial results or put your health at risk.

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