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Research is vital to learn more about conditions such as Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and help develop new treatments.

At OxPARC we are involved with a number of research studies.

Taking part in research

We will give you details of relevant research studies. Deciding whether to take partis an individual choice so please think carefully about what the study might involve.

If you are interested in participating a member of our team can discuss the details with you before you sign a consent form.

Participation is completely voluntary and even if you agree to participate you can withdraw from the study at any time. You do not have to give a reason for not participating or for wanting to withdraw from a study.

Children and young people

Children aged under 16 need the consent of a parent or carer to take part in research studies.

Patients aged 16 or over may decide if they wish to take part, and sign their own consent form.


Versus Arthritis - Research

Versus Arthritis - Barbara Ansell National Network for Adolescent Rheumatology (BANNAR)

Last reviewed:10 October 2022