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What does ISRCTN mean?

What does ISRCTN mean?

International Standard Randomised Controlled Trial Number
Originally ISRCTN stood for ‘International Standard Randomised Controlled Trial Number’; however, over the years the scope of the registry has widened beyond randomised controlled trials to include any study designed to assess the efficacy of health interventions in a human population.

What is the ISRCTN registry?

The ISRCTN registry is a primary clinical trial registry recognised by WHO and ICMJE that accepts all clinical research studies (whether proposed, ongoing or completed), providing content validation and curation and the unique identification number necessary for publication.

What is the NIHR portfolio?

The NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN) Portfolio of studies consists of clinical research studies that are eligible for support from the NIHR CRN in England. All high-quality research studies, eligible for NIHR CRN support in England, are included on the NIHR CRN Portfolio.

How much is ISRCTN registration?

What is the fee for registration? The fee is listed when you get to the payment section of the application process. The fee is GBP226 + tax when applicable (GBP250 + tax from 01 July 2022).

Who Ictrp database?

The ICTRP Search Portal aims to provide a single point of access to information about ongoing and completed clinical trials. It provides a searchable database containing the trial registration data sets made available by data providers around the world meeting criteria for content and quality control.

How do you find the EudraCT number?

The e-mail containing the EudraCT number should be printed and filed. As the trial progresses, the EudraCT number will be the main identifier for that trial and should be included on all correspondence (for example when reporting substantial amendments and safety reports).

Why is clinical trial registration important?

Why is trial registration Important? The registration of all interventional trials is considered to be a scientific, ethical and moral responsibility because: There is a need to ensure that decisions about health care are informed by all of the available evidence.

What is a trial registry?

Appendix ATrial Registries. The registration of studies, particularly randomized controlled trials (RCTs), is an important tool for identifying all studies related to key question in a comparative effectiveness review (CER). Registries are also a potential tool for assessing SOR and SAR.

Who funds the NIHR?

the Department of Health and Social Care
We are funded by the Department of Health and Social Care. Our work focuses on early translational research, clinical research and applied health and social care research. We are centred on England but collaborate closely with the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

What does NIHR stand for?

National Institute for Health and Care Research
National Institute for Health and Care Research.

How do I register for a clinical trial?

How to Register?

  1. One should first login to CTRI website:[2]
  2. Following which, he/she should register himself in CTRI using “Username” and “Password” and create his/her profile.
  3. New trial is then added using the CTRI registration data set as detailed in Box no.
  4. The above dataset is submitted to CTRI.[2]

How do I search Ictrp?

The WHO ICTRP database follows specific rules when constructing a standard search or an advanced search: Do not enclose phrases in double quotes (e.g., “pain management”). Two or more words in consecutive order will be searched as a phrase. Searches automatically include synonyms.