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Medical research: information for human subjects

This flyer offers concise information about participating in medical research. More extensive information can be found in the ...

Leaflet | 03-06-2020

Changes from 1 June explained in simple language

On Tuesday 19 May, Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Health Minister Hugo de Jonge spoke about coronavirus on TV. Below are the most ...

Publication | 29-05-2020

Medical research

Leaflet | 12-05-2020

COVID-19: the Dutch steps after 11 May in simple language

On Wednesday 6 May, Prime Minister Mark Rutte talked about coronavirus on TV. These are the most important things he said:

Publication | 06-05-2020

COVID-19: childcare for children of people working in crucial sectors

Childcare will be provided exclusively to children whose parents or guardians are key workers, but only if the children don’t ...

Publication | 20-03-2020

Amended restriction of air traffic to Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

Decree by the Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management to amend the Decree regarding a temporary prohibition of civil air ...

Decree | 16-03-2020

Letter on amended restriction of air traffic to Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba

Minister Bruins and Minister Van Nieuwenhuizen inform the House of Representatives of additional restrictions for civil air ...

Parliamentary document: Letter to the Parliament | 16-03-2020

Who can I contact if I have a complaint about medical research?

You must not be exposed to unnecessary and avoidable risks when taking part in medical research. 

Question and answer

Where can I find answers to my questions about medical research?

If you have questions about medical research, you can contactthe researcher of the independent expert.

Question and answer

What happens if something goes wrong?

Naturally, researchers do not want anything to go wrong during their research. But sometimes problems do occur. 

Question and answer