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Frequently asked questions

Q: Can I stop my participation to a study?


A: Your participation in a research study is completely voluntary. You are free to refuse and withdraw your participation at any time. Your decision will have no consequence on the quality of care, treatment or your relationship with your treating physician at the clinique ovo.

 

Q: Who will I consult?


A: Each participant is closely monitored by a team of experienced health professionals. During a visit with the research nurse, the possible side effects of the study will be mentioned. Furthermore, the potential side effects are written in the informed consent form that will be given to you.

 

Q : Are there any side effects?


A: Any medication can have a risk of side effects. When you meet with the research nurse, the potential side effects will be mentioned. Furthermore, the list of possible side effects can be found in the copy of the consent form that will be given to you.

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Q: Do I have any available resources if I have questions?


A: Clinique ovo is open 7 days a week. A doctor is available at any time during the clinic’s opening hours. The nursing staff is available 24/7. Concerning research related questions, the assistants and nurses are easily reachable.

 

Q: What is a placebo?


A: A placebo is a “fake medication” also known as “sugar pills”. Placebos are used in the context of medical trials in the control groups to evaluate the medical treatment.

 

Q: Are there placebos?


A: Certain research projects will require the use of a placebo (control group) in order to evaluate the effectiveness of a treatment.

Q: Will my treating physician be aware of my participation in a research project?


A: Your treating physician at the Clinique ovo will be aware of your participation. No information about your medical state will be divulged without your consent. If you wish to insform another health professional, we will ask you to sign a release form.

 

Q: What are the benefits in participating in a clinical research?

A: You might get a personal benefit by participating in a research project, but there are no guaranties. The results obtained will contribute to improving the improvement of knowledge. Without a doubt, the people that decide to participate in research studies contribute immensely to science progress.

 

Q : Who can take part in a study?


A: For each research project, there are eligibility criteria. If you have any questions on any of our projects, you can always contact ovo r&d at 514-798-2000 extension 755

Q: Is my information confidential?

A: All the informations that you share remain confidential. Your identity and name will not be shared with others. Only the treating personnel at the clinic will know. An anonymous identification numeric code which relates the study to you will be used on all information and samples collected.

 

Q: Will I be compensated for my participation?

A: There is no monetary compensation for your participation. However, you might receive a compensation to cover your transportation fees for certain studies.

 

Q: Is there a complaint department?

A: In the event of a bad experience, you can communicate with the person responsible at out complain department. The coordinates of that person will be written in the Informed Consent Form.