November 24, 2015

Reference Resource: Single-Search Access to Clinical Trials Information from 15 Data Providers

This International Clinical Trials Registry Platform Search Portal (ICTRSP) from the World Health Organization provides single-search access to clinical trial registration info from 15 data providers. A mobile interface to the database is also available.

Data Providers Included in the ICTSRP

Data Files Updated Weekly

  • Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry
  • EU Clinical Trials Register (EU-CTR)
Data Files Updated Monthly
  • Brazilian Clinical Trials Registry (ReBec)
  • Chinese Clinical Trial Registry
  • Clinical Trials Registry – India
  • Clinical Research Information Service – Republic of Korea
  • Cuban Public Registry of Clinical Trials
  • German Clinical Trials Register
  • Japan Primary Registries Network
  • Pan African Clinical Trial Registry
  • Sri Lanka Clinical Trials Registry
  • The Netherlands National Trial Register
  • Thai Clinical Trials Register (TCTR)

Results can be downloaded into XML.

Boolean and Truncated Search Terms Can Be Utilized

Direct to Mobile Version of Search Interface

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