•  11/5/2020 05:48 AM

If you are patient or family member and you find a trial that is of interest we suggest that you print out the information and discuss it with your health care provider. They should be able to advise you on the appropriate course of action.

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  •  11/5/2020 05:40 AM

The ICTRP is a country-led initiative. Clinical trial registration happens when countries seek to improve the transparency of clinical trial research involving nationals of that country, and to be more accountable to the individuals who consent to participate in clinical research, and to better oversee and monitor that research.

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  •  11/5/2020 05:38 AM

A Primary Registry in the WHO Registry Network is a clinical trial registry with at least a national remit that meets WHO Registry Criteria for content, quality and validity, accessibility, unique identification, technical capacity and governance and administration.

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  •  11/5/2020 04:25 AM

If an agency in a member state (such as a Ministry of Health or a National Regulatory Authority) is interested in establishing a new clinical trial registry that complies with WHO criteria (or improving an existing registry), or in establishing policies that require registration in an existing Primary Registry.

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  •  11/5/2020 04:19 AM

Publishes the ICTRP Search Portal, Supports the WHO Registry Network and Supports countries and regions wanting to establish WHO-compliant clinical trial registries or policies on trial registration.

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  •  11/5/2020 04:12 AM

WHO regards trial registration as the publication of an internationally-agreed set of information about the design, conduct and administration of clinical trials. These details are published on a publicly-accessible website managed by a registry conforming to WHO standards.

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  •  11/5/2020 04:03 AM

The registry record will be the only publicly available document on a trial until results from the trial are published

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  •  11/5/2020 03:51 AM

To meet WHO requirements for transparency and publication it is only necessary for your trial to be to registered once, in either a Primary Registry or an ICMJE approved registry.

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  •  11/5/2020 02:17 AM

The minimum information that must be registered is specified in the WHO Trial Registration Data Set. Individual registers may request more information than this (e.g., study sites).

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  •  11/5/2020 01:48 AM

The registration of all interventional trials is considered to be a scientific, ethical and moral responsibility

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  •  11/5/2020 01:42 AM

A clinical trials register is the formal record of an internationally agreed minimum amount of information about a clinical trial. This record is usually stored in and managed using a database. A clinical trials registry is the entity that houses the register

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