A free webinar on 17 February will give universities and hospitals practical skills for reporting clinical trial results on the European registry EudraCT.
The webinar will focus on trials that were completed before 21 July 2013 and trials that were prematurely ended. It is possible to upload results for these trials using a simplified process. For institutions that want to improve their EudraCT reporting, uploading results for these trials is a good first step.
The webinar is targeted at people who manage data and/or upload trial results onto EudraCT, including clinical trial unit staff, research governance staff, and trial and project managers.
- How do I identify all relevant trials at my institution? - How do I successfully contact researchers? - What steps can I take on behalf of the researchers? - How specifically do I upload papers from the affected studies? - How do I deal with inconsistent data?
To enable discussions and exchanges of experience, the number of participants will be limited to 25.
However, everyone who registers will be provided with a recording after the session.
Additional useful information on clinical trial reporting, including the QUEST manual and case studies of successful institutions, can be found in the tools section of the TranspariMED website.