In order to register a clinical trial in the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) ClinicalTrials.gov registry, you or your designee will need to have a Protocol Registration System (PRS) individual or organization account. This account will allow you to create and update your clinical trials records as necessary. More details are available on the PRS websiteExternal Link: Please review our disclaimer..
Guidance available from NIH on roles and responsibilities regarding ClinicalTrials.gov
From the NIH Office of Extramural Research:
- What NIH Grantees Need to Know About ClinicalTrials.gov and FDAAA
- ClinicalTrials.gov and FDAAA: FAQs for NIH Grantees
Additional guidance from ClinicalTrials.gov on creating and updating your trial record
- Registering Clinical Trials with ClinicalTrials.govExternal Link: Please review our disclaimer.
- PRS and U.S. Public Law 110-85External Link: Please review our disclaimer.
- Data Element DefinitionsExternal Link: Please review our disclaimer.
- “Basic Results” Data Element DefinitionsExternal Link: Please review our disclaimer.
- Delayed Submission of ResultsExternal Link: Please review our disclaimer.
- Adverse Event ReportingExternal Link: Please review our disclaimer.
Science News about Clinical Research and Trials
NIMH Resources for Researchers
- NIMH Clinical Trials Currently Recruiting Participants
- Limited Access Datasets from NIMH-Supported Clinical Trials
- NCDEU: New Research Approaches for Mental Health Interventions
- Treatment Research in Mental Illness: Improving the Nation’s Public Mental Health Care through NIMH Funded Interventions Research (PDF File, 55 Pages)
- Research and Funding