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One residential visit of just 3 overnight stays with home dosing and outpatient visits
July to Sept 2022
You'll get paid £1,640 plus travel allowance if you take part in our current trialLearn more
Three residential visits of 6, 8 and 7 overnight stays
July to Aug 2022
You'll get paid £4,340 plus travel allowance if you take part in our current trialLearn more
One residential visit of 15 overnight stays with some return appointments
July to Nov 2022
You'll get paid £5,022 - £5,122 plus travel allowance if you take part in our current trialLearn more
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It all starts with you
Taking part in a clinical trial is much easier than you think. Get paid for participating in one of our trials, whilst also contributing to the development of new medicines. You will be making a significant difference to the health and well-being of many people in the future.
Giving up your time to help others can be rewarding. As well as getting paid for your time, you will receive a free comprehensive health check as part of your enrolment. You will get to relax amongst a group of like-minded people, while It can also be the perfect place to catch up on your studying.
Real volunteer stories
In the last year alone we worked with over 1,000 volunteers from all sorts of backgrounds. Get more insights and read how they experienced their trial.Read our stories
Kris enjoys leaving his very busy lifestyle behind to come and visit Quotient to assist in our medical advancements
Kris, UKRead Kris' story
Andrew spends his time at Quotient getting to know the other volunteers on the study
Andrew, UKRead Andrew's story
If you want to do something new and exciting this year – do a study with Quotient! You definitely won’t regret it.
Helen, NottinghamRead Helen's story
Ronnie found himself with free time one summer and decided that being a volunteer for a clinical trial would be a good way to fill the time
Ronnie, UKRead Ronnie's story
Some people ask me why I take part in clinical trials and when I explain how my contribution helps to bring new medicines to market, they tell me I’m a silent hero.
Jacky, TamworthRead Jacky's story
Your safety and well-being is our number one priority. We are approved and regulated by the MHRA (Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency), who monitor all clinical trials in the UK. The MHRA regularly reviews every detail of how we run trials to ensure the safety of our volunteers. An independent ethics committee also reviews each trial that we conduct before it begins.What is involved in a clinical trial?