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RED 743 | Introduction to ClinicalTrials.gov

ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry of federally-funded and privately-supported clinical trials that are conducted around the world. This registry provides information about a study’s purpose, inclusion/exclusion criteria, locations, contact information, results, and adverse events experiences by study participants. Participants in this class will be able to describe the history behind ClinicalTrials.gov, including the rules and regulations that lead to its advent and expansion. Participants will also learn which University studies are required to be registered in ClinicalTrials.gov and what is required to update the study according to regulations. The uTRAC system will be introduced, providing information regarding how it assists with decision-making for ClinicalTrials.gov requirements and appropriate information to meet clinical billing requirements. Participants will have a hands-on experience where they will be able to use ClinicalTrials.gov to enter a sample study. This class is designed and best suited for users and departmental ClinicalTrials.gov administrators.

This class is only offered online:

  • To register for the online class, please click here.
Instructor:

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David Aldridge
Clinical Research Compliance Manager
 

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Kristin Kolsch
Clinical Research Compliance Administrator
   
Last Updated: 8/10/22