2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-311x2008001200001
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Abstract: Prospective registration of clinical trials before enrolment of the first participant is an ethical and scientific imperative required by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE), the World Health Organization's International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (WHO-ICTRP) and the revised World Medical Association's Declaration of Helsinki. Registration of all trials with meaningful disclosure of the 20 item dataset mandated by WHO and the ICMJE is an important step towards reducing publica… Show more

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“…If healthcare decisions in India are to be informed by all the available (and reliable) evidence (47), then concerted action involving all relevant stakeholders, in cooperation with the WHO ICTRP, is crucial to achieve the mission and vision of the CTRI. However, the true success of the CTRI will become apparent only when the results of clinical trials done in India (and the region) are published in easily accessible sources.…”
Section: Evidence and Health Care Decisionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…If healthcare decisions in India are to be informed by all the available (and reliable) evidence (47), then concerted action involving all relevant stakeholders, in cooperation with the WHO ICTRP, is crucial to achieve the mission and vision of the CTRI. However, the true success of the CTRI will become apparent only when the results of clinical trials done in India (and the region) are published in easily accessible sources.…”
Section: Evidence and Health Care Decisionsmentioning
confidence: 99%