Information and questions
The researcher must interview you beforehand. During that interview you will be given written information about the research. This information has been specially written for research subjects.
The aim is for you to get a clear picture of the research and what it means to participate. The information contains details of the risks. It also stipulates what you have to do or not do before and during the research, as well as what you can expect the consequences to be for your health.
If you have any questions, you can contact the researcher. You can ask any questions you like. You can do so before, during and after the research. The researcher must answer all your questions. An independent expert is available who you can also contact for advice. His/her name and telephone number can be found in the written information.