At Glover Medical we conduct clinical research studies for a variety of different conditions.
What is a clinical research study? A clinical research study is designed to test the effects and/or safety of an investigational medication, medical treatment or device on a group of volunteers. Clinical research studies are an important step in making new medications available for future use.
Should I volunteer? Volunteering to participate in a clinical research study is one of the best ways you can contribute to the understanding of diseases that affect people and the development of new therapies. Volunteers are important to the clinical research phase of the drug approval process. As a volunteer, you are the most critical link in a long chain of research and testing in the development of new medications for the future treatment of a broad range of health problems.
Our goal at Glover Medical is to provide a positive experience for the many patients that volunteer to participate. Please view our studies below to see if you’d be a good fit, then give us a call at 604-530-3233 x8, or email us at to discuss your options with our experienced staff.
- New onset depression (within one year)
- Influenza treatment (please call within 48 hours of your first symptom)
- Type II diabetes
“I found my time in the study to be very rewarding, my breathing improved and all the loving care and attention I received from the doctors and nurses at Glover Medical was exceptional. I would certainly be interested in taking part in a future study for COPD should there be one.” Marlene N, recent COPD study participant
“The staff is always available to answer all of my questions. They are pleasant, caring and knowledgeable. I will always consider becoming a participant in a future study that may benefit my health. Overall, my participation has been a very positive experience and my health has improved.” Darlene G, current Type II Diabetes study participant