Clinical research studies need human volunteers. Our Foundation invests in infrastructure and resources to equip research teams with the tools to recruit and retain participants, driving more volunteers to studies and advancing our understanding and treatment of Parkinson's disease.
Fox Trial Finder, The Michael J. Fox Foundation's clinical study matching tool, helps connect study teams with volunteers who want to participate in research. The online tool allows volunteers to search and find studies they may be eligible to join and reach out to study teams directly.
Ready to start recruiting? Complete this form to connect to your trial on Fox Trial Finder and track volunteer referrals.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
MJFF has developed a Trial Resource Pack to furnish clinical trial teams with high quality tools to recruit and retain study participants.
This suite includes patient-friendly tools that anyone designing a clinical study can customize and use to demystify research and present a study to the Parkinson's community. The toolkit includes 34 templates and guides for practical trial needs, such as marketing materials, informational one-pagers and other key tools, to support patient recruitment and retention. Download the full Recruitment and Retention Toolkit or select specific resources below.
Generate knowledge of research participation and facilitate enrollment using the tools and resources in the dropdown categories below.
Educate about Research
Explain clinical trials and the value of research participation to patients.
Generate Study Awareness
Introduce your study to patient and clinician communities
Guide through Consent
Walk a potential study participant through study details and procedures
Engage and motivate participants from enrollment through study completion using the tools and resources in the dropdown categories below.
Facilitate Study Participation
Ease and simplify participation and minimize early study withdrawals
Communicate and Appreciate
Report study progress and express appreciation for participation
Share Study Results
Provide study findings to sites, participants and referring physicians