SPIRIT PRO Extension for inclusion of patient-reported outcomes in clinical trials protocols

Published by ECRIN

Clinical Trials ToolkitPCOM

Extension of the SPIRIT (Standard protocol items: recommendations for interventional trials) guideline, SPIRIT PRO provides guidelines for inclusion of patient-reported outcomes in clinical trial protocols.

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PedCRIN list of Tools

Published by ECRIN

PediatricClinical Trials Toolkit

PedCRIN developed a series of tools (WP3) and procedures to support the setup and the management of multinational neonatal and paediatric clinical trials in Europe. These tools are developed to train and support researchers and clinicians so they can establish, run, and manage both paediatric and neonatal multinational clinical trials in a more effective and easier way. The removal of barriers to trial management will speed up the evaluation of new and improved therapies.

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The Advisory Committee for Therapeutics (ACT) toolkit provides procedural advice and guidance to replicate the successful TREAT-NMD Advisory Committee for Therapeutics (TACT) model in other rare disease communities. An ACT can provide independent and objective advice to industry and academia, on a real-life therapeutic pathway of drug development programmes. An ACT review can help an applicant to position a candidate compound along a realistic and well-informed pathway to clinical trial and eventual registration. 

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The EMA describes extrapolation as extending information and conclusions available from studies in one or more subgroups of the patient population (source population(s)), or in related conditions or with related medicinal products, in order to make inferences for another subgroup of the population (target population), or condition or product, thus reducing the amount of, or general need for, additional evidence generation (types of studies, design modifications, number of patients required) needed to reach conclusions.

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