Australian Clinical Trials is a new website focused on helping everybody that is involved with clinical trials. Created with the assistance of Datapharm Australia, this website supplies a distinct solution to the problems of investigator site awareness and clinical trial knowledge. By using social networking sites and developing a community around clinical trials, Australian Clinical Trials strives to offer possible participants, investigator sites, and sponsors with a destination to go when looking specifically for trials or sites to administer a study. Listed here is what Australian Clinical Trials can do for you, and free of charge!
2 of the main features of the website are the site and study pages that a site will generate. The free, searchable study pages are consistently up to date, since it is the sites themselves that establish them. These pages clearly feature the recruiting status of the trial, along with what kind of participants they would prefer, the specific location of the trial using Google Maps, and any pictures or video footage the site has included. Investigator sites can even be reached straight from the study page, enhancing the recruitment process. Finally, so as to keep up to date with the current trials, participants can subscribe to e-mail notifications. Australian Clinical Trials will alert you of the newest trials as they are published, for the areas that you are interested in.
Australian Clinical Trials can advertise these trials on various social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google, in order to improve participant recruitment noticeably. These platforms accurately pinpoint appropriate audiences, and jointly possess billions of users. For that reason, patient recruitment can be driven proficiently by marketing on social network sites. This is a low-cost and effortless technique, where anybody clicking on the advertisement will be directed to the study's landing page created and hosted by Australian Clinical Trials. On the page you can specify a pre-screening questionnaire, the results of which will be emailed to investigator sites, together with participant contact information. Australian Clinical Trials will also provide you with sample advertisement pictures from every platform with the text and graphics you provide for submission to ethics.
Investigator site profile pages are another function of Australian Clinical Trials. These are again produced by the sites themselves, to ensure they are as correct and current as possible. These pages resemble trial pages as they are indexed, searchable, and have a direct way to contact the site. In addition, site pages additionally feature their relevant skills, prior experience, history, equipment, and open job positions. A site page helps a site acquire more participants, as participants may just wish to select the site best for them. A site page also permits sites to gain more clinical trial jobs, as sponsors can search this list for appropriate sites.
The search for sites throughout clinical trial setup is an extremely time intensive process. Sponsors frequently pay for databases of sites that are generated using opt-out techniques. That is, these databases employ bots to crawl the internet or use presently existing listings to populate their database, which will almost certainly generate unreliable and outdated details, which sites may not revise. Looking at these lists is a time consuming process, and getting access to these lists can be very expensive. For that reason, Australian Clinical Trials provides a free site list created by sites themselves, so you know that the details there is correct and reliable. The website is completely open, as the only sites you see on it are those that have opted-in to create their own profile.
In conclusion, Australian Clinical Trials offers a community-based platform for aiding the clinical trial process. Possible patients, investigator sites, and sponsors will all find free, beneficial features on the website that will save them both money and time. In doing so, trial performance and quality will be increased significantly. And there are still more features still to be added on Australian Clinical Trials in the forthcoming year. So give us a visit today and discover how we can help you out!