Control Subjects in the FLIGHT™ Study
The FLIGHT™ Study will soon be seeking age, sex, and condition matched “controls” to participate in research activities.
Controls are study participants who do not receive any interventions during the study period. Controls are used so that the outcomes of participants who receive interventions can be compared to the outcomes of participants who do not receive interventions. Researchers look for differences and similarities between the two groups and analyze what they find.
What is required of a Control in the FLIGHT™ Study?
Control participants in the FLIGHT™ Study will be asked to complete a few surveys over eighteen months but will not participate in any other study activities.
Control participants will be compensated for their time.
If you are interested in having your child potentially participate as a “control” in the FLIGHT™ Study and would like to learn more, please fill out the form below.