Better Health Through Best Evidence
The Australian Clinical Trials Alliance is the national peak body for clinical trial networks, coordinating centres, and quality registries conducting investigator-initiated clinical trials. Our vision is for a self-improving Australian healthcare system.
Consumer Involvement and Engagement Toolkit
The Consumer Involvement and Engagement Toolkit provides practical advice for researchers and research organisations wishing to conduct patient-centred clinical trials. Using an interactive map, the Toolkit provides guidance and tools to help plan, deliver, evaluate and report consumer and community involvement and engagement activities.
We’ve created this area for all COVID-19 information relevant to clinical trials we have gathered. In line with the national guidance and emphasis on the safety and well-being of patients, research participants and their families, and health care professionals, researchers and other staff involved in patient care and research, ACTA strongly supports the continuation of investigator-led trials, where it is safe to do so, and with due consideration to any protocol amendments appropriate for the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Normalising comparative effectiveness trials as clinical practice
Comparative effectiveness trials (CETs) represent a diverse range of research that focuses on optimising health outcomes. Specifically, these trials compare currently approved interventions to generate…
Research Prioritisation workshops
Are you a clinician, researcher or funder who is interested in learning how to do research prioritisation? Please join us at 2 workshops titled “Research Prioritisation Uncovered” on 28 and 30 September.
ACTA Annual Scientific Meeting: 10-12 November 2021
This virtual event will be an excellent opportunity for learning, networking and discussing sector-wide advancements, both locally and internationally.