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Is Asthma keeping you up at night?

You could be eligible for a paid clinical study seeking to improve sleep quality for adults with Asthma.

We’re looking for volunteers with Asthma to participate in a paid at-home sleep study. You could improve the quality of sleep for Asthma sufferers – and be compensated for your participation.

Study Snapshot

Location
Remote (from your home). Visits will consist of phone calls and a mobile nurse coming to your home.
COMPENSATION$100 For Screening Visit 1
$150 For Visit 2
$50 For Visit 3
 $50 For Visit 4
$50 For Visit 5
$100 For Visit 6
This is an investigational Asthma sleep study that involves taking a drug that’s already FDA approved for treatment of other conditions, including Asthma attacks. You will be required to take the study drug or a placebo (contains no active medication), and wear an Actiwatch 24 hours a day (except for bathing/showering).

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What to Expect

First, sign up with your email and fill out a short questionnaire to find out whether you qualify for the study. If you do, a Patient Experience Coordinator will contact you to set up a time to finish the pre-screening process. If you are a match and want to participate, we’ll walk you through the steps for enrollment and the informed consent process. This process helps you understand what is expected, what your role is, and how the study works.

During the five-week study screening period, there will be a remote consenting visit conducted via telemedicine, and up to two (2) visits at your home to check whether this study is right for you. Once the study doctor confirms your eligibility, you will enter the 12 week treatment period. This includes 2 visits at the start of the treatment period within 1-3 days of each other, and 3 more study nurse visits completed in your home once every 4 weeks. There will also be a final visit conducted remotely, or an early discontinuation visit with a home nurse if you or your study doctor decide on early withdrawal.

This study uses many assessments/questionnaires/diaries to ask you several questions, including questions about asthma, sleep, and quality of life. You will be required to wear a wristwatch called Actiwatch, 24 hours per day, except for bathing and showering. The Actiwatch takes measurements associated with sleep. The at-home visits may also require a breathing test, and blood and urine samples. After the treatment period is complete, you will have one follow up phone call with the study doctor to check your health after you finish using the study drug. This study is open to adult participants ages 18 to 65 years old, who have a confirmed Asthma diagnosis.

 

Step 1. Set up a Virtual Appointment.
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A clinical research coordinator will discuss the study with you in a telemedicine visit (phone call).

Step 2. Attend remote visits.
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Meet with a study team member, via a phone call or at-home, for study consent and again 12 weeks following the end of the study treatment period.

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How are Science 37 research studies different?

Our core focus is making the clinical research experience better for patients — we use a site-less, decentralized approach to conducting research that puts participants first. That’s why we make sure that any part of the research study that can be done remotely comes to you in your home. People join research studies to help move science forward, and our model allows you to spend more time participating in the research, not traveling to a research site.

What does a typical research study look like?

There are different types of research studies, including those that are observational, where no drug is given to the patient, and interventional, where a drug/device/procedure is used. The government has established many rules to help ensure that research studies are conducted in the most ethical and safe way possible and that participants are protected throughout.

Why volunteer to take part in a research study?

Volunteers are part of the next wave of science and can influence the future of medicine. Advances in research have allowed people to get new treatments, new diagnostic tests, new procedures, etc. — and these breakthroughs wouldn’t be possible without volunteers.

Can I tell my doctor? Will my doctor get involved?

You can always share information about the research study with your primary doctor or healthcare provider. We encourage you to do so, especially if this is someone you know well and trust. Your doctor can be an additional resource when you are first learning about a research study and if you have any questions. You can continue to see your doctor throughout the research study for routine visits and tests. Our study team is available to talk to both you and your doctor if there are any concerns or questions. Working together helps to ensure that other medications or treatments you receive will not be a problem with the research study protocol. However, because these studies are investigational, the result of the study will not be available to individual patients.

Will taking part in a research study cost me anything?

There is no cost to participate, and many research studies offer reimbursement for your time and effort. Compensation depends on the research study and is discussed during the informed consent process.

How long is a research study?

Research studies are designed by a team of expert scientists, physicians, and statisticians. The duration of a research study varies depending on the protocol that this team develops. When you learn about a research study, you will be informed about the time commitment needed before you agree to participate.

How do I take part in a research study from home? How do I receive study supplies?

Science 37 research studies are designed to make participation easier for you. Where permitted, study supplies, like paper diet diaries, questionnaires, and supplies for lab collection are shipped directly to your home. If you have any problems with receiving the supplies, you will be able to contact the study team at any time.

Can I talk to other people about the research study?

Besides talking to the study staff, you should minimize sharing your experience in the research study with others. We understand that talking about your experience is an important part of feeling supported, but we ask that you not share information about the research study on social media or with other research study participants. This helps to ensure the most valid and highest-quality scientific results. Our study team is always available to address your questions and concerns.

What if I want to leave a research study?

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What happens to me after I complete the research study?

After you complete the research study, the study team will talk with you to answer your questions and get your feedback on your overall experience during the trial. As a Science 37 research study participant, you will have access to news and updates about medical discoveries, educational content, and future research opportunities. You will continue to see your local primary doctor or healthcare provider for routine medical care.