CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDY
Depression
STUDY DETAILS
Clinical Research Study of an investigational medication to use in conjunction with your current antidepressant.
Salt Lake City, UT
Up to $1200
Screening visit and multiple follow up visits
Male/Female
Age 18 - 65
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Depression, Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
165639
Major Depressive Disorder Depression. It’s a medical condition that affects happiness and enjoyment in life, and strains relationships with friends and family. Antidepressant medications are effective in helping many people. But not everyone. If you have been diagnosed with depression and found that antidepressant medications are not helping enough, please consider participating in a clinical research study to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medication by injection along with your current antidepressant treatment.The study will last up to 26 weeks.
What does the study involve?
  • Screening visit and multiple follow up visits
Who can participate?
  • Male/Female
  • Age 18 - 65
  • Currently taking an antidepressant
How much can I get paid?
The amount you can get paid varies by study and time involved. If you meet the requirements to participate in the clinical trial and are selected to enroll, the payment terms (how much and how often) will be explained to you during the consenting process. Payment is also based on whether you complete all visits and procedures in the study.
What is a clinical study?
Clinical studies (also called clinical trials or clinical research) are used to determine whether new drugs or treatments are both safe and effective. Carefully conducted clinical studies are the fastest and safest way to find treatments that work – and they are only possible with the help of participants like you.
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ADDRESS
PRA Health Sciences 1255 East 3900 South Salt Lake City, UT 84124
PHONE NUMBER
(801) 269-8200 (801) 269-8200 | (888) 927-9898 (888) 927-9898
Actual study participant
Lenexa, KS
“Enjoyed my stay and the staff are wonderful.”
Actual study participant
Lenexa, KS
“All employees were extremely courteous and helpful.”
Actual study participant
Lenexa, KS
“Wonderful staff. I am a newbie, but friendly and helpful staff eased the apprehensions.”
Actual study participant
Lenexa, KS
“PRA has an excellent staff from recruiters to medical staff, and a nice, clean facility.”
Actual study participant
Lenexa, KS
“It looks to me like PRA staff is courteous and very knowledgeable of the proceedings and well-being of every participant.”
Actual study participant
Lenexa, KS
“The staff at PRA is wonderful. Very professional and friendly.”
Actual study participant
Lenexa, KS
“Staff is friendly and professional.”
Frequently asked questions
Will I get paid for participating in a clinical study?

While participation in a clinical study is voluntary, you may be paid for your time and travel. Compensation is based on the length of the study, the number of overnight stays in our clinic and the number of out-patient visits you attend. You may also be compensated for some procedures depending upon the study. All payments we make for study participation have been approved by an Independent Review Board (IRB). The method and frequency of payment will be described in detail in the Informed Consent Form (ICF).

What if I’d like to refer a friend or family member for a study?

Even if you don’t qualify for a particular study, you may be able to refer a friend or family member. If approved by an Independent Review Board (IRB), PRA may be able to provide you a referral bonus of up to $300 for each qualified study participant that you refer. To qualify for the payment, the person you refer must:

• Be a first-time volunteer

• Mention your name when applying over the phone

• Fully participate in the study

All payments from PRA Health Sciences must be approved by an IRB before any payment may be made to you. Please contact us for more information.

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About PRA Health Sciences
We’re committed to the drug development process because we understand how it impacts the lives of patients and their families. At the end of the day, we’re not just researchers. We’re patients. We’re survivors. We’re family members.
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