September 2019: Latest ANZCTR quality control audits reveal 99% completeness rate!
For a summary of the methods and results, please see ANZCTR Data Audit Report 2019.
December 2018: The clinical trials landscape in New Zealand 2006-2015
ANZCTR staff are delighted to share with you our recently published report entitled: "The clinical trials landscape in New Zealand 2006-2015".
To view the report, please click here.
May 2018: New import function for Clinicaltrials.gov records
Currently, all trials registered on ClinicalTrials.gov with a recruitment site in
Australia and/or New Zealand are automatically imported and displayed on the ANZCTR
website. From 20th May, registrants will be able to add additional ANZCTR specific
information and local contact details to these records if they wish, without the
need to apply for an ANZCTR registration number (ACTRN) as well. For further details and instructions please see FAQs.
December 2017: The clinical trials landscape in Australia 2006-2015
ANZCTR staff are delighted to share with you our recently published report entitled:
"The clinical trials landscape in Australia 2006-2015". To view the report, please
November 2017: Article published in NEJM: Data Sharing from Clinical Trials — A Research
Link to article in the New England Journal of Medicine. View here.
June 2016: Changes to recruitment statuses on the ANZCTR
Details of these changes can be viewed here.
July 2015: Article published in MJA: Australian clinical trial activity and burden
of disease: an analysis of registered trials in National Health Priority Areas
Link to article in the Medical Journal of Australia. View here
Link to commentary in MJA InSight. View here
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(www.australianclinicaltrials.gov.au) sees clinical trial doors open for patients
Link to article in The Australian. View here
Link to Joint Media Release by Minister for Health Sussan Ley and Minister for Industry
and Science Ian Macfarlane.
The ANZCTR registers its 10,000th trial
This major milestone was reached in November 2014. More...
Registration as a tool to increase research value
This article, published in the Lancet, advocates trial registration as a
tool to increase research value. More...
Trial registration now a condition for ethical approval in the UK
Ian Chalmers discusses this significant milestone in his BMJ editorial. More...
An international movement to boost transparency in clinical trials is gathering
momentum. Iain Chalmers, who has championed these issues for many years, talks to
Fiona Fleck. More...
Registration requirement for project grant applications
As announced in section 6.3 of the "NHMRC Project Grants Funding Policy" for 2012,
all NHMRC funded clinical trials must be registered in the Australian New Zealand
Clinical Trials Registry (ANZCTR), or equivalent, prior to commencement of the clinical
Australian Cancer Trials
The Australian Cancer Trials website (http://www.australiancancertrials.gov.au/) was launched
in November 2010, containing information on cancer clinical trials with a recruitment
site in Australia, uploaded on a regular basis from the ANZCTR and ClinicalTrials.gov
databases. The website is designed for and aimed towards the Australian consumer,
by making clinical trials information more accessible for patients and their healthcare
teams, and also in helping facilitate participation in these studies.
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