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Clinical Trials Hub

Navigating an investigator-led clinical trial without proper support can be challenging.

In collaboration with Queensland’s leading clinical trial experts, Health Translation Queensland is developing a new Clinical Trials Hub that will bring together the wealth of existing information, tools and resources available across the clinical trials landscape to support triallists and researchers navigating this complex space. The Clinical Trials Hub will create real and tangible benefits for our partners by providing a central access point online for clinical trials information, reducing administrative burden and avoiding duplication of effort across organisations.

Launching in September 2024, HTQ’s Clinical Trials Hub will be a critical resource for anyone running a clinical trial. It will feature a range of resources, including our interactive and comprehensive tool – My Clinical Trial Planner that will take clinical triallists though the clinical trials process from planning, start up, running a trial and close out. My Clinical Trials Planner will provide step by step guide and link to valuable resources at each stage in the clinical trials process.

Interested in participating?

We are looking to hear from clinical trial knowledge holders, in particular those individuals and teams with experience in the clinical trials end-to-end process, and those who provide coordination and general support to clinical triallists.

You can participate in the following ways:

  1. Input into product development (23 January 2024)
  2. Expert advisor on content development (22 February 2024)
  3. Usability tester (June 2024)
  4. Knowledge sharing - complete our online survey to share your valuable resources which we can link to in the Clinical Trials Hub.

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You can also get in touch by contacting us at research@healthtranslationqld.org.au


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