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UKCRC Registered Clinical Trials Unit newsletter - Summer 2017

The latest edition of the UKCRC Registered Clinical Trials Unit newsletter, The Exchange - Summer 2017 is now available. Please do share with colleagues internally and your clinical collaborators.

This and previous editions of the newsletter are available in the 'Forums' section of the UKCRC Registered Clinical Trials Units Network website

[Please note: You will need to sign in or register to view these – for details on how to register please email regctus@leeds.ac.uk]


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Search for Oversight Statisticians Database Live

The UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC) Registered Clinical Trials Units Network is pleased to announce that the Search of Oversight Statisticians Database is now live. The resource will allow registered CTUs to identify suitably qualified statisticians to sit on Data Monitoring Committees (DMC) and Trial Steering Committees (TSC). CTUs wishing to access the database should visit the website to request a log-in.

 

Information for paediatricians wanting to work with CTUs

A paediatrician’s guide to clinical trials units

Chris Gale of Imperial CTU and Ed Juszack of NPEU CTU have published a research in practice paper in the Education & Practice edition of the Archives of Disease in Childhood entitled ‘A paediatrician’s guide to clinical trials units’. The paper provides an overview of the history and role of CTUs within the UK and outlines the key stages involved when undertaking research in collaboration with a CTU.

 

The UKCRC Tissue Directory Live!

The UKCRC Tissue Directory is now live for medical researchers wanting to source human tissue for their studies. The Directory is intended to be a first port of call for researchers needing human samples; its functionality to search for both collections and capabilities. This means if it doesn’t return what you need you can search for platforms with the potential to source it.

Further details are available via the Tissue Directory and Coordination Centre website.

 

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