ABOUT CLINICAL RESEARCH
Although there are many definitions, a clinical research study or clinical trial is generally considered to be a health-related clinical study in people that follows a pre-defined written protocol.
There is no guarantee that study participants will receive any benefit from participating in the study. Participants in this study may see their social anxiety disorder (SAD) symptoms improve, worsen, or stay the same. However, this clinical research study may yield new information that could benefit people with SAD in the future by helping to answer questions about the effectiveness and safety of the study drug.
Voluntary Participation and Informed Consent
Participation in a clinical research study is completely voluntary and can be stopped at any time. In all research studies, potential participants are first informed about the clinical research study in detail. After receiving this information, all participants must give their consent in writing to proceed. Some research studies involve more tests and doctor visits than the participant would normally have for an illness or condition.
Privacy and Confidentiality
We will use your answers to the pre-qualifying questionnaire only to see if you may qualify to participate in this clinical research study. We will not use your information for anything else. If you pre-qualify for this study, you will be given a choice to submit your contact information along with your answers to the preliminary questionnaire to a study center conducting this clinical research study for further evaluation. If you make the choice to submit your contact information, your contact information will only be shared with those involved with the clinical research study and will not be shared or provided to any other person or business not related to this particular clinical research study.