Canadian Clinical Trials Coordinating Centre
Developed through extensive stakeholder consultation, the action plan includes nine key recommendations to improve the coordination of clinical trials in Canada, increase participation in trials, and strategically raise Canada’s profile among international companies. Those recommendations are summarized in the report “To Your Health and Prosperity – An Action Plan to Help Attract More Clinical Trials to Canada.”
CCTCC Research Ethics Board Accreditation Working Group Final Recomendations
Established in April 2015, by the CCTCC in collaboration with Health Canada, the REB Accreditation WG was to identify strategies to improve efficiencies of ethics reviews and advance strategic issues like accreditation on a pan-Canadian level for Research Ethics Boards (REB) that review clinical trials.
For more information on the REB Accreditation WG and its recommendations, visit the CCTCC website.
Portal for Canadian clinical research capabilities (CCTAM)
The CCTAM will help Canada regain its position as a leading destination for clinical trials in the global marketplace, providing a comprehensive picture of the breadth and depth of Canada’s clinical research assets.
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Clinical Trials Summit Portal
On September 15, 2011 Rx&D, CIHR and ACAHO (Now HealthCareCAN) launched the National Clinical Trials Summit which has now resulted in an action plan to Help Attract More Clinical Trials to Canada. Today this initiative has resulted in the launch of the Canadian Clinical Trials Coordinated Centre designed to oversee its implementation.