Research Participant Portal
- Glossary of Common Terms
- Informed Consent: Frequently Asked Questions
- Informed Consent for Clinical Trials
- What are Clinical Trials? The Basics
- Clinical Trials: What You Need to Know
- Learn About Clinical Studies
- Clinical Trials and Older People
- Children and Clinical Studies
- Participating in Research Part 1 - Why participate in research?
- Participating in Research Part 2 - Why is diversity in research important?
- Participating in Research Part 3 - What safeguards protect research participants?
- Participating in Research Part 4 - What are clinical trials?
- Participating in Research Part 5 - Leaving a legacy
Quick Reference Documents
- Becoming A Research Volunteer: It's Your Decision (Brochure)
- Research Ethics: How to Treat People who Participate in Research
- Clinical Trials Volunteers’ Bill of Rights
- What is a Notice of Privacy Practices?
The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires health plans and covered health care providers to develop and distribute a notice that provides a clear, user friendly explanation of individuals rights with respect to their personal health information and the privacy practices of health plans and health care providers: