Tag Archive: Research Study Participant

Research Participant Satisfaction Survey


Johns Hopkins Medicine is committed to helping the experience of being a research participant as positive as possible. We can only do this if we give research participants the opportunity to rate their experience. Every six months since 2016, we identify a random sample of 500 research participants to receive a survey. In the survey, we ask about the informed consent process, interaction with the research team, and how easy it was to complete the study. We pledge to all of the people who completed the survey that the results will be posted for the public and patients to review. […]

Research Participant Advocate


The Research Participant Advocacy Program offers consulting expertise on human subjects and regulatory issues, IRB applications, the informed consent process, study feasibility and good clinical practice (GCP). Our advocates serve as a resource to research teams and research participants by reviewing applications to the Clinical Research Unit to assure high standards for human subjects protections. Contact our team to review consent forms, protocol or data and safety monitoring plans. The Research Participant Advocate is available to participants or potential participants to address issues or complaints relating to research participation. They can also answer questions you  may have about research in […]