Clinical Trial Participant Information

If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, the information you provide when registering online or over the telephone can then be expanded upon to determine your suitability and to ensure we can give you the best possible care available. CMB Clinical Trials uses the information gathered to respond to your inquiry, inform you about upcoming clinical trials that may be suitable or of interest to you, arrange appointments to attend our clinic, assess trends in therapy areas around the demographic areas of our clinical research sites.


Also, the information can be used to periodically send promotional communications about upcoming clinical trials or other health-related information. With your permission, CMB Clinical Trials may also contact you to participate in patient insight surveys to help us improve our services, and we may also use the information to customize our promotional materials and websites according to people’s interests.

Telephone Submissions:

When you submit personal information over the telephone, the information you provide is then inserted into our central database. These storage points are managed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and local privacy and data protection regulations.

Newsletter Requests:​

For those people who request a newsletter and indicate the conditions/therapy areas that you are interested in, the information you submit is emailed to a controlled holding address managed by CMB Clinical Trials. The information you provide is then inserted into a third-party program that is used to design, send, and monitor the email that we have sent to you. This program complies fully with the Data Protection Act, and you can opt-out of receiving these newsletters at any time.


Your contact details may be used by CMB Clinical Trials to contact you by phone, email or text and to arrangement registration or appointments. We may also use your information to post or email letters or materials that we believe may be of interest to you and to respond to any queries or complaints that you may have.

Websites and Social Media:​

This section is intended to help members of the public and CMB Clinical Trials employees make appropriate decisions about their use of social media. This section sets out how CMB Clinical Trials uses social media and the procedures and terms we follow when engaging with users who interact with us via social media. It also sets out the terms and conditions for members of the public and CMB Clinical Trials employees as users of CMB Clinical Trials websites and social media channels.



The content of CMB Clinical Trials and Improving Treatment websites and social media channels are intended for a worldwide audience. 

The clinical research industry is highly regulated and involves the processing of sensitive and confidential information. There may be restrictions on what information CMB Clinical Trials can share and while we aim to engage publicly through our websites and social media channels, and we remain fully committed to upholding the privacy of our patients, clients, suppliers, and employees.

We do not disclose information which we have a contractual or legal obligation to protect, nor will we disclose your details without your permission unless we are required to by law, subpoena, or other legal processes. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified, then you can be assured it shall only be used per this Notice and local privacy and data protection law?

All information and material provided on our websites or social media channels are not intended to replace professional medical care and advice. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding any aspect of your health or wellbeing, you should always check with your doctor, health visitor, or professional medical advisor?

We may include a variety of information and content on our websites or social media channels, including opinions, articles, data, references, interactive community tools, and advertising. We may also provide general information relating to medical and healthcare conditions, their treatment, and healthcare services. Additionally, physicians and other healthcare professions and members of the medical, clinical research or healthcare community may contribute such information and articles.

The views expressed by third parties placing content or comments or blogs are purely the opinion of those individuals writing their views, opinions, suggestions, tips, and ideas and are not necessarily representative of the views of CMB Clinical Trials or its employees. We are not in a position to verify any or all information that is presented, and we do not warrant that such information is true and accurate.


Followers of CMB Clinical Trials social media channels can expect the following types of content:

  • Study alerts

  • News

  • Events

  • White papers

  • Photographs

  • Videos

  • Job opportunities

  • Invitations to provide feedback


Where content on websites or social media is dated, it is reasonable for a reader to expect that such content is only accurate as of that date and CMB Clinical Trials shall have no obligation to update it.