Clinical Trial Resources
Registries & Portals
Australian & New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry
Australian & New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry or ANZCTR is a voluntary registry covering a range of trials and intervention types. In 2017, the ANZCTR staff have estimated that it captures 75-80% of clinical trial activity in Australia (Source: MTP Connect Report Clinical Trials in Australia. The economic profile and competitive advantage of the sector, 2017)
ClinicalTrials.gov is a resource provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine. It is a database of clinical trials conducted around the world. There are over 272, 882 research studies in 203 countries.
ClinTrial Refer (CTR)
Clin Trial Refer is a mobile app and website platform that helps connect doctors and patients to current clinical trial opportunities.
CTR is a not for profit founded by Professor Judith Trotman (Haematologist, Concord Hospital NSW) and Ms Roslyn Ristuccia (Clinical Research Manager, St George Hospital NSW). It is an evidence-based tool that is being rapidly adapted for use in a variety of disciplines.
ClinTrial Refer is free to download from the Apple app store and google play. The App is free to public access and can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play.
HealthMatch is driven by a mission to accelerate medical research, allowing for faster and more efficient access to life-changing medication. Our goal is to make the process of finding and accessing clinical trials as simple as possible for all patients. You can find out more here HealthMatch is completely free to use for patients.
Join Us is a simple and secure online register that helps researchers recruit for studies to prevent, treat and find cures for disease. It matches participants with research studies, including clinical trials, that address Australia’s biggest health challenges. Join Us was established in 2020 by The George Institute, a leading not-for-profit independent global medical research institute, along with UNSW Sydney. There are over 50 partner organisations working with Join Us to strengthen Australia’s research capability, empower consumers to get involved in research, improve health and wellbeing for the whole community and foster equity in research.