This 4-part, live-action video series explains clinical research to children and teenagers.
Part 1: Overview of clinical trials
Part 2: Who is involved (research professionals, doctors, nurses, etc.)
Part 3: What it means to consent to be in a trial
Part 4: What treatments are given in clinical trials
This video is also available with Spanish subtitles here and is available in French.
These videos were developed with feedback from patients, parents, and community advocates involved in pediatric research. They all helped to make sure the topics, language, images, and design of these videos are appropriate, educational, and engaging for pediatric audiences.
These videos were also reviewed by an Institutional Review Board (IRB), which is also known as an independent ethics committee. The IRB review ensures the videos follow ethical guidelines for providing information about clinical research to patients and the public.
Silver Awarded in the Category of Digital Health Media / Publications
This video series was done in collaboration with Otsuka