Have you had your flu vaccine yet?
If not, you may be interested in a clinical research study comparing an investigational flu vaccine with a placebo vaccine. Qualified participants between ages 18 – 49 will receive the study vaccine and all study related care at no cost. Financial compensation up to $400.00 may also be available for time and travel.
For more information call Triangle Medical Research
at 919-783-4895 or visit us on the web at www.pmg-research.com
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Sponsor: Baxter Healthcare Corporation
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Found this on Raleigh Craigslist, so it may be for NC area only (title had NC in it).
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Intuit, the maker of QuickBooks, Quicken and TurboTax, is looking for businesses that do not use Intuit products and accept checks and credit cards to participate in an online study.
Please answer the following questions. If you are a good match, we’ll give you a call to schedule your session. Each study session will last 60-70 minutes. If you qualify, we are able to offer you $125 for your time.
Please tell us a bit about yourself –
What is your name?:
What company do you work for?:
What is your title?:
Do you work in web site development or marketing?
Please tell us about where you work –
What does the business do?:
Is the business retail?
Does the business have a website?:
If yes, what is it?:
How many credit card transactions does the business process in a month?
How many of the transactions do you personally process?
How many checks does your company receive each month?
Please visit our website to find out more about our research studies – www.intuit.com/research.
Thank you for your time.
Media Research Now, a market research firm serving clients worldwide, is seeking individuals in the Raleigh area to participate in a PAID research study. A focus group will be conducted on Wednesday, December 17th, during the evening hours. The group will last about 2 hours, and you will be paid $60 upon completion of the group if you qualify and choose to participate.
If you or anyone you know may be interested, please visit this website to see if you qualify to participate:
We are contacting you in order to invite you to participate in an upcoming research project. The focus of the project is on IT, application, and business process outsourcing services for large-scale enterprise initiatives.
The project entails a 30-minute telephone interview and as a thank you, qualified participants will receive $225. We would greatly appreciate your insights and opinions in this discussion.
Please call 800-800-0905 and ask to speak to someone regarding the IT project to answer a few initial questions. If you’re not available this time or are not involved in the topic this discussion explores, we have many other studies in which you could participate in the future. Please also feel free to pass this on to your colleagues.
We look forward to speaking with you, and your input would be invaluable to the research.
Trek Study-free travel to Mexicoo/Guatemala or even more
This clinical research study is being conducted at multiple sites in the US, with follow-up sites in Mexico, and Guatemala. The goal is to see if the research patch is better at reducing the symptoms of Travelers’ Diarrhea than a patch not containing the research material, called a placebo.
If we determine that this research study might be a good match for you, you may join a pre-paid tour program or may make your own tour plans with your own travel and hotel reservations. Details on pre-paid or reimbursed travel and specific study related expenses will be provided by the research study travel coordinator and may be up to $1,500 depending on the completion of study visits and procedures.
The basic eligibility criteria is listed below.
* Be between 18-64 years of age
* In general good health
* Traveling to Mexico or Guatemala for at least 7 days between May 2009 and June 2010
* Willing to maintain a daily study diary for 17 days
Volunteers must NOT:
* Have received a travelers’ diarrhea or cholera vaccine
* Be a woman who is pregnant, nursing, or planning a pregnancy during the study
* Have allergies to skin adhesive bandages such as bandaids or steristrips
* Have hepatitis B, hepatitis C, or HIV/AIDS
* Have had diarrhea within the past year while traveling in a developing country
* Be participating or expect to participate in another research study between March-July 2010.