The CTC offices are currently closed for refurbishment. Access to trial TMFs and patient records will be limited during this period. We will still be able to receive post during this time, but there may be a small delay in responding to this. Our fax lines may also be subject to disruption. Where possible, please direct all correspondence via email to trial-specific email addresses. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Due to COVID-19 and current government guidance, UCL CTC staff continue to work remotely with limited access to the office. Please continue to email the trial specific mailbox with any urgent queries. For paper CRF trials, please continue to copy and scan CRFs to the trial inboxes (remove all patient identifiers except Trial Number and Initials) until further notice.

 
Trials community celebrates International Clinical Trials Day
19 May 2017
Today marks International Clinical Trials Day, a global ACRP initiative intended to educate and inform the wider public about work being done in the clinical trials community.

Saturday will be the 270th anniversary of James Lind’s famous study aboard HMS Salisbury, which began on 20 May 1747 and resulted in the use of citrus fruits as a treatment for scurvy, something considered by many to be the first randomised clinical trial.

To mark the occasion, the Institute of Clinical Trials and Methodology (ICTM) is hosting a programme of talks at UCL. The event includes presentations from the CTC group lead for haematology and brain trials Laura Clifton-Hadley, as well as CTC statisticians Amy Kirkwood and Hakim-Moulay Dehbi.

More details about the day, and on Lind’s original clinical trial, can be found here.
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