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Focus: Posting results for trials completed before 21 July 2013 or trials that were ended prematurely

Thursday, 17th of February 2022, 15:00-16:30 CET (Berlin time)

Recordings of the Event

The recording from the Webinar Clinical trial results reporting on EudraCT made easy (Focus: Posting results for trials completed before 21 July 2013 or trials that were ended prematurely) (February 17th, 2022) can be found here.

This webinar will give practical skills for reporting clinical trial results on the European registry EudraCT, focusing 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.

Target group

Target group:
People who manage data and/or upload trial results onto EudraCT, including clinical trial unit staff, research governance staff, and trial and project managers.

Previous knowledge:
Beginners and experienced persons

Programme
Time Speaker Topic  
15:00-15.15 Dr. Britta Lang, KKS-Netzwerk e. V.
Dr. Anette Blümle, Zentrum Klinische Studien, Universitätsklinikum Freiburg, Germany
Introduction: webinar goals, background
Simplified processes for:
1. Trials completed before July 2013
2. Prematurely ended trials
How to manage copyright issues
 
  PART ONE: REPORTING OF EXPERIENCES    
15:15-16:00 Dr. Kerstin Bollweg, Clinical Trial Office, Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany Demonstration of how to upload results, and tips and tricks.
- How to 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?
 
  PART TWO: QUESTIONS & FURTHER EXCHANGE    
16:00-16:25 All Q&A and discussion  
16:25-16:30 Dr. Britta Lang, KKS-Netzwerk e. V.
Dr. Anette Blümle, Zentrum Klinische Studien, Universitätsklinikum Freiburg, Germany
Wrap-up and plans for future webinars  

[Translate to englisch:] Programme

The webinar will be held online and in English language. Registered participants will receive the log in details beforehand.

Materials to prepare for the webinar:

Number of participants:
To enable discussions and exchanges of experience, the number of participants will be limited to 25.

Costs:
The course is free to attend.

Important information

Date: Thursday, 17th of February 2022, 15:00-16:30 CET (Berlin time)

Course language: English

Registration:
Registration is closed.

The number of participants will be limited to 25. We will allow more registrations in order to obtain as even a distribution as possible among different countries. Registered persons will receive a confirmation of their participation incl. login data by Consilium Scientific in due time.

Organisators and hosts: QUEST Center, together with (Kopie 1)