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Clinical Trials Day

Clinical Trials Day is an opportunity to recognize the people who carry out clinical trials and say thanks for their efforts in improving public health. BMC is celebrating Clinical Trials Day 2019 by curating a selection of recent article highlights on clinical trials, coinciding with the Society for Clinical Trials 2019 Conference, of which our journal Trials is a proud sponsor.

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ISRCTN Trial Registry

ISRCTN trial registry

ISRCTN is a clinical trial registry recognized by the WHO and ICMJE that accepts planned, ongoing or completed studies of any design. ISRCTN is committed to supporting research transparency.

Why register with us?

  • Our expert editors work with investigators to ensure that trial records are clear and complete before publication 
  • We send prompts to update records at key milestones
  • ISRCTN records include basic results summaries, protocols, published results links and data sharing plans
  • ISRCTN records encourage public involvement by including plain English summaries and appear on the WHO and Be Part of Research portals

Register your trial today.

These curated trials registered with BMC’s clinical trial registry ISRCTN discuss the role of patient and public involvement in their research:

Exploring the interaction between symptom burden and burden of treatment in patients with chronic heart failure​​​​​​​

Dentistry Responding In Domestic Violence and Abuse (DRIDVA)

No matter what your design, pilot studies are crucial for conducting efficient and cost-effective trials

Pilot and Feasibility Studies

Pilot and Feasibility Studies is uniquely positioned to improve the design, conduct and reporting of these studies, along with the studies that they will directly influence. The journal considers general methodology, commentaries, study protocols and research papers - regardless of outcome or significance of findings.

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