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Are you a General Practitioner or healthcare professional?

Are you a General Practitioner or healthcare professional?

What our participant community say about us

ABOUT THE REFERRAL PROGRAM

Atlantia is unique in the research community, as we recruit healthy and pre-disease participants into our studies and perform all aspects of the trial at our clinic site. Participants benefit as they receive free health checks, blood analysis and depending on a study, may have a DXA to measure bone density or body composition, or may have guided exercise or nutritional programmes. We are happy to share all this data with their GP or healthcare professional. Participants who complete our studies also receive payment in the range of €50 to €80 per visit, to cover any costs incurred.

We are inviting General Practitioners the opportunity to get involved. Our goal is to bridge the gap between General Practice and research, without the added burden of completing the research study in your practice.

BENEFITS OF THE REFERRAL PROGRAM

Enable regular health check access for patients

Facilitate Health, Nutrition and Microbiome Research 

Reduce the burden of completing research studies in your practice

CURRENTLY RECRUITING STUDIES

Magnifying glass on urinary tract infection
This study is evaluating the effect of a probiotic at reducing the incidence of UTIs in women who experience them...
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Low Mood Woman
We are assessing the effects of a probiotic in adults with low mood
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Newborn baby
We are looking for young infants to take part in our research study
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stress
Atlantia are evaluating the effect of a probiotic supplement on stress and cognitive function in healthy adults.
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Atlantia are to investigate the effect of a supplement called Turmipure Gold and how it effects muscle pain and...
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Memory loss
In this study we are evaluating the effect of a Turmeric supplement on Memory Loss
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DIME Study
We are investigating if a probiotic can help control blood sugar levels in men with higher than normal blood sugars (...
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