Published February 14, 2022
Registering a study with ClinicalTrials.gov is a necessary step for investigators to be compliant with regulations.
A University at Buffalo (UB) Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) educational modules video provides useful insights to the Protocol Registration and Results System (PRS) - making study registration less complicated - and also explores:
The second presentation in a series of UB ClinicalTrials.gov-related presentations — the first was titled “ClinicalTrials.gov: Does Your Study Need to be Registered?” — focuses on the ClinicalTrials.gov PRS. Developed by Lynn Jagodzinski, UB CTSI Clinical Research Regulatory Administrator, and Urmo “Mo” Jaanimägi, MA, MS, CASAC, UB CTSI Quality Assurance Specialist, the video provides step-by-step guidance for registering a clinical trial in the PRS.
This and other educational video modules featured on the UB CTSI website are ideal for investigators looking to increase their knowledge and receive practical guidance on navigating the complex research infrastructure, as well as following the rules and regulations governing the clinical research conduct in the U.S. The module provides additional resources that may be applicable to a variety of different circumstances associated with individual trials.
Watch “ClinicalTrials.gov: How to Register Your Trial” at buffalo.edu/ctsi/cores/clinical-research-office/educational-modules/module_5.html. Watch additional CTSI educational modules videos at buffalo.edu/ctsi/cores/clinical-research-office/educational-modules.html.
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