What is Clinicallist?

Clinicallist is an online platform designed to help potential clinical trial participants find and connect with studies that are currently recruiting.

Anyone can use Clinicallist to search for clinical trials. However, some studies may have specific eligibility criteria that participants must meet.

You can search for clinical trials by entering relevant keywords or selecting specific search criteria, such as location, condition, or study keywords. Our search engine will then provide you with a list of studies that match your search parameters.

Clinicallist is completely free to use for clinical trial participants.

Each clinical trial has its own application process. To apply, simply click on the study you are interested in and use the contact form to get in touch with the clinic. Then, follow the instructions provided by the study sponsor.

Yes, we take the privacy and security of our users' personal information very seriously. We adhere to strict standards for data protection and only collect the minimum necessary information to facilitate the search process.

The study sponsor will review your application and contact you directly if you meet their eligibility criteria. If you are selected to participate in the study, you will be provided with more information about the trial, including any potential risks and benefits.

Yes, participants are free to withdraw from a clinical trial at any time. However, it is important to discuss your decision with the study team to ensure your safety and well-being.

Each clinical trial will have its own reporting procedures for adverse events or concerns. These procedures will be explained to you before you start the study.

Participants in clinical trials may have access to new treatments and therapies that are not yet available to the general public. Additionally, clinical trial participation can help advance medical research and potentially lead to the development of new and improved treatments for a wide range of conditions.

All clinical trials have potential risks and side effects, which will be explained to you before you decide to participate. It is important to carefully consider these risks before agreeing to participate in a study.

Some clinical trials offer compensation for participants, while others do not. The amount of compensation, if any, will vary depending on the study.

The length of a clinical trial will depend on the study design and specific research question being addressed. Some trials may last only a few weeks or months, while others may last several years.

After a clinical trial is completed, the data is analyzed and the results are published in medical journals. If the study results are positive, the new treatment or therapy may be submitted for regulatory approval and become available to the general public.

It is generally not recommended to participate in multiple clinical trials simultaneously, as this may increase the risk of side effects or interactions between treatments. However, this may depend on the specific trials and should be discussed with your healthcare provider.

If you have any additional questions or concerns, you can contact the Clinicallist support team through our website. We are happy to help with any questions or issues you may have.