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Information about clinical trials

Diabetes clinical trials are an essential part of the development of new interventions and tests that may help to improve your diabetes or improve the health care of others.

As a consumer you might be interested to know information about:
  • What is a clinical trial?
  • Why be part of a clinical trial?
  • How to be part of a clinical trial?
  • How to find a clinical trial?
The Australian Clinical Trials website contains general information that addresses all of these questions about clinical trials in Australia.

Useful links

ClinTrial Refer: ClinTrial Refer is an online patient recruitment service designed to help people interested in volunteering for medical research find clinical trials that are relevant to them.

Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes: The ACBRD is the first national research centre in Australia and internationally, dedicated to investigating the behavioural, psychological and social aspects of diabetes.

Australian Clinical Trials: This website aims to provide reliable and up-to-date information and advice about clinical trials in Australia. It provides easy to understand information about clinical trials in Australia and how to become involved in a clinical trial.

Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry: The Australian New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry (ANZCTR) is an online register of clinical trials being undertaken in Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere.

Australian Type 1 Diabetes Clinical Research Network
The T1DCRN is a network of clinicians, researchers and people connected to type 1 diabetes who are dedicated to accelerating clinical research progress to increase access to new treatment and therapies for all people living with type 1 diabetes.

The Royal Melbourne Hospital’s Clinical Trials Centre 
The Clinical Trials Centre conducts research in areas of diabetes including; prevention, prediction and treatment of type 1 diabetes; medical device technologies; precision diagnostics and therapeutics for type 2 diabetes and other forms of diabetes. 

The Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (IPAN) 
IPAN is a multi-disciplinary research institute with internationally renowned researchers focussed on understanding - and influencing - physical activity and nutrition to improve health across the lifespan. IPAN research human health. Some of their studies require real, every-day people to take part. 

Australian Type 1 Diabetes Immunotherapy Collaborative (ATIC) 
ATIC is a clinical trials network of adult and paediatric endocrinologists, immunologists, clinical triallists and members of the type 1 diabetes (T1D) community across Australia and New Zealand. 

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