|Announcement : 10 November 2023||Due to a lack of financial support, TCTR will gradually stop its operation, starting on 13 November 2023. First, we will no longer accept new trial registration. Users will not be able to create a new account nor a new record. Draft records can no longer be submitted into the system, starting from 20 November 2023. However, the released records, i.e. those with TCTR identification number, can still be edited and updated until further notice. For new registration, please visit WHO website for more information. ( https://www.who.int/clinical-trials-registry-platform/network/primary-registries )|
|Release Note : 23 August 2023||Launch of “TCTR Help” website (in Thai language only). Read more|
|Announcement : 10 August 2023||Please be informed that we are preparing for the workshop on 'Clinical Trial Registration in the Thai Clinical Trials Registry (TCTR),’ which will be held on August 23, 2023. We apologise for any potential service delays that may occur during August 21-23, 2023.|
|Announcement : 31 January 2023||Due to relief of COVID-19 situation, our staff are now working at the office during office hours. However, we encourage the registrants to primarily contact them via email email@example.com|
|Release Note : 1 September 2022||The “advanced search” function is now available. The registrant is responsible for the accuracy and the updated data of the trial information.|
|Release Note : 8 March 2021||The "update" function is now available for the approved records (Registration status: Released)|
|Release Note : 20 January 2021||Launch of new TCTR website Read more...|
Thai Clinical Trials Registry (TCTR)
The TCTR was estabished in 2009 and has been operated by Clinical Research Collaboration Network (CRCN), an organization under the Medical Research Foundation, which is a non-profit organization, and financially supported by Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences (TCELS). CRCN has been retitled the Medical Research Network (MedResNet) since June 15, 2012.
The mission of the Thai Clinical Trials Registry (TCTR) is to encourage all clinical trials conducted in Thailand to be prospectively registered before the subject recruitment.
This is to promote research transparency, to reduce redundancy and to minimize publication bias or selective reporting.
Registrants who wish to register clinical trials in TCTR are obliged to disclose details of the 24 mandatory
items of the WHO International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (WHO-ICTRP) dataset.
TCTR also aims to be a research database for clinical researches in Thailand thus we welcome the registration of all kinds of clinical researches
including clinical trials and observational studies.