Participate in
a clinical trial.

If you or a loved one are considering
treatment options after an illness,
injury, or to manage a chronic
condition, participating in a
clinical trial may be right for you.

Our mission is to conduct trials that seek to progress the quality of life and health of all by the development of new medications and devices that aid in advancing modern healthcare management and increasing our knowledge of disease. We are committed to providing our clinical research participants with the highest quality care and our study sponsors with optimum clinical data.

Benefits to Your Practice
  • Increased income through Principal Investigator fees and additional patient visits
  • Opportunity to offer alternative therapies to patients
  •  Positions your practice at the forefront of new patient therapies
  •  Family Care Research assumes the up-front risk and minimizes your time requirements
  • The flexibility to see patients at your facility or ours
What is a clinical trial?

Clinical trials are volunteer-based medical research studies that help doctors develop new medical treatments or devices. They are required to prove the safety and efficacy of new medications in order to obtain FDA approval for marketing. These studies are typically divided into four different stages:


Typically done first in

Small Study

Conducted with a small
group of healthy volunteer participants.

Large Study

Studies performed in larger groups of participants who have the actual disease or condition being treated.


After treatment is approved by the FDA, additional information is collected from patients to establish broader usage.
Are clinical trials safe?

Clinical trials are conducted under very careful supervision by the pharmaceutical companies and the FDA during and throughout the studies, and according to strict guidelines outlined prior to starting any study. Volunteer safety and health status information is carefully monitored via physician and research coordinators as well as by pharmaceutical company representatives throughout each study participation and follow-up period.

Approval by an independent Institutional Review Board (IRB) is required prior to and throughout the course of every research study. The IRB is dedicated to the protection of study volunteers and includes members of the medical and legal professions as well as the general public (such as religious leaders, social workers, and well informed citizens).

What are the benefits of participating?

Study volunteers are at the heart of our business at Injury Care Research and Family Care Research. Benefits to volunteering include careful evaluation of your personal health by a team headed by physicians renowned in their field of expertise. Participating in a clinical trial gives you the opportunity to receive new therapies before they are made available to the general public, as well as the knowledge that you are making a personal contribution to the advancement of global health care.

Does it cost anything to participate?

No. Not only will your care and related medications be provided at not cost to you, you will be compensated for your time and travel associated with your participation.

Can I participate in a study if I don’t have health insurance?

Yes, you can still participate. Insurance is not needed.

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