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Healthy Volunteers Wanted For Clinical Trial At University Of The Sunshine Coast

USC Clinical Trials Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast

Job Description

As a clinical trials participant, your safety and comfort are our highest priorities. We are committed to keeping you informed throughout the entire clinical trial experience, so you can make informed decisions about the management of your health.

This includes:

- An informed consent process, where all relevant information is provided to you prior to making a decision.
- The opportunity for an in-depth discussion with your health provider (for example, GP or specialist) as well as the medical researchers undertaking the trial, before you commence the trial.
- The ability to leave a clinical trial at any time, with no obligation to remain in a trial if you no longer wish to participate.
- The ability to discuss results from any tests performed.
- A summary of the results at the completion of the trial.

Postcode: 4556 (Sunshine Coast, Sunshine Coast)

Not a backpacker? That's ok. We accept applications from Australian citizens, permanent residents, international students as well as working holiday visa holders. If you are qualified for this position, please register and apply via the form below.

  This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.

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Member since: September 2021

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Clinical trials are safe, ethical medical research studies that aim to find a better way to manage particular diseases. In partnership with medical experts and industry, we are working with our communities to advance healthcare outcomes and improve access to cutting-edge medicine. USC's world-class clinical trials centre brings advanced treatments and breakthrough therapies to our regions.

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