Workshop on uploading clinical trial results onto EudraCT

This workshop aims to give participants the practical skills required to upload the summary results of clinical trials onto the European trial registry EudraCT.

Tuesday 09 November 14h-16h CET/13h-15h GMT. During the two hour workshop, participants will:

  • Gain an overview of where to find help and support
  • Learn how to monitor and improve their institution’s performance on the EU Trials Tracker
  • Get step-by-step guidance on how to upload trial results onto EudraCT
  • Have the opportunity to discuss problems and solutions with colleagues

Target group

Target group: This workshop is for people who are already uploading trial results onto EudraCT, and for people who expect to upload results onto EudraCT in future. The workshop is designed to be accessible for complete beginners, but will also provide tips and tricks that experienced EudraCT users can benefit from.

We encourage participants to search the EU Trials Tracker for their institution’s clinical trial data, and take a look at the QUEST clinical trial reporting manual, before they join the workshop. There will be the opportunity to ask questions specific to your institution’s trials during the workshop.

Programme

Time Speaker Topic
14:00 Britta Lang, KKS-Netzwerk e.V. Introduction: webinar goals, email group
Part One: Help is available
14:10 Nick Devito, University of Oxford Your data on the EU Trials Tracker: how it works and how to use it
14:20 Tony Durkee, Karolinska Institute Useful resources – the QUEST manual and QUEST workshop slides
14:25 Francesca Scotti, European Medicines Agency EMA online training materials
Part Two: Using EudraCT
14:30 Birgit Whitman, University of Birmingham Structured presentation:

  • getting started on EudraCT
  • pre-2013 results reporting
  • reporting results for trials that never started
  • tips and tricks for surviving EudraCT full reporting
 PART THREE: Q&A
15:30 Britta Lang, KKS-Netzwerk e.V. and two experienced registry managers (names TBC) Q&A: Ask me anything – experienced registry managers respond to participant questions about trial reporting
15:50 Britta Lang, KKS-Netzwerk e.V. Wrap-up and plans for future webinars

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Costs

The course is free to attend.

Organisators and hosts

BIH QUEST Center, together with the European University Hospital Alliance (EUHA), the KKS-Netzwerk e.V. and Cochrane France.