All IN for Health launches health research FAQ campaign

June 17, 2020

Clinical studies can be difficult to understand, but the All IN for Health team is trying to spread the word about the importance of health research through a new social media campaign.

Each week for the next couple months, the team will be breaking down one of eight frequently asked questions about health research and clinical studies, including:

  • Who can participate in health research?
  • Could I be paid to participate in research?
  • Why should I participate in health research or a clinical study?

These posts will be featured on the All IN for Health Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages, where people can like, comment and share the messages.

“There has never been a more critical time to help people understand the importance of health research,” said Jessica Hall, who is the Program Director for All IN for Health and Director of Marketing and Digital Engagement for the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI). “During this COVID-19 pandemic, all eyes are on the scientific community. Not only do we want to encourage people to participate in health research, including clinical studies, but we also want to share the value of the research being done, whether for COVID-19 or any other health issue.”

You can view the full list of FAQs at

All IN for Health is dedicated to improving the health of Indiana residents by promoting health resources and research and clinical study opportunities. The program is made possible by the Indiana CTSI.

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About the Author: Anna Carrera

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Anna Carrera is the research communications manager for Indiana University's Precision Health Initiative, IU School of Medicine Research Affairs and the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute. She joined the team in June 2019 after working as a TV news reporter for ten years. She loves sharing stories about the great research being done across the state to improve the health of Hoosiers.

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