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Guidance on participant information at the end of a study: consultation

Last updated on 7 Nov 2017

This page is about an HRA consultation that has closed and is displayed for reference only. View the current information on what to do at the end of your study.

In 2014 we developed developed draft guidance on how and what information should be supplied to participants (including children and their parents/carers) at the end of a study: Information for participants at the end of a study: Guidance for Researchers.

The guidance is aimed at those undertaking clinical trials and other interventional or diagnostic studies.

We welcomed comments on these proposals from individual patients, researchers and research staff as well as from partners and stakeholders.The guidance closed for comment on 30 September 2014. 

Please visit the section on publishing your research findings in the research planning section of our website for the latest up to date guidance and information

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