17. April 2013 09:36
It’s time all clinical trial results are reported. Patients, researchers, pharmacists, doctors and regulators everywhere will benefit from publication of clinical trial results. Wherever you are in the world please sign the petition:
Thousands of clinical trials have not reported their results; some have not even been registered.
Information on what was done and what was found in these trials could be lost forever to doctors and researchers, leading to bad treatment decisions, missed opportunities for good medicine, and trials being repeated.
All trials past and present should be registered, and the full methods and the results reported.
We call on governments, regulators and research bodies to implement measures to achieve this.
12. August 2011 15:20
The Clinical Trials Unit can now offer comprehensive support to trials across all disease areas in King's Health Partners which are funded by NIHR HTA, NIHR EME, NIHR SDO, NIHR PHR, NIHR HSR. Other trials may be accepted onto the portfolio for comprehensive support on a case by case basis - please contact Caroline Murphy email@example.com to discuss. Any trial across King's Health Partner or externally may access discrete services such as web based randomisation or web based electronic data capture using the InferMed MACRO system.
For further information please see:
CTU Randomisation services.pdf (226.53 kb)
CTU Data entry system services.pdf (226.72 kb)
CTU Trial management services.pdf (223.84 kb)
CTU Data management services.pdf (224.05 kb)
CTU Trial statistician services.pdf (224.26 kb) - if you require statistical support for your study, please send the support request form well in advance before funding submission deadline, so our statisticians have enough time to review your project.
If you are interested in our services please submit the following form:
KCTU Support Request Form.docx (502.47 kb)
Requests for support will be considered monthly by the KCTU management group. Please ensure requests are submitted by the 20th – any forms received after that will be considered at the end of the following month.
18. March 2011 16:23
What is a Fully Registered Unit? In order to obtain Full Registration status, Clinical Trials Units were required to demonstrate:
- A track record and experience of coordinating multi-centre randomised controlled trials or other well-designed studies.
- Presence of a core team of expert staff to develop studies.
- Presence of robust quality assurance systems and processes to meet appropriate regulations and legislation.
- Evidence of longer-term viability of capacity for trials coordination and the development/maintenance of a trials portfolio.
A CTU may also be awarded provisional status - evaluation criteria for Provisional Registration were developed for Units that did not meet the criteria for Full Registration status, but that are working towards possessing sufficient expertise to enable Full Registration in the future. A full list of Registered Units (both provisionally and fully registered) can be found at www.ukcrc-ctu.org.uk