Welcome to the Clinical Trial Disclosure Maturity Assessment

Trial Disclosure
Trial disclosure is typically understood as the posting of clinical protocol and results information on a public registry such as ClinicalTrials.gov and EudraCT, or on the trial sponsor's website. However, trial data is also made available through peer-reviewed articles in medical journals, posters, specific requests clinical data, etc.  

Given global availability of publicly disclosed information, trial sponsors and investigators are working to harmonize this information to ensure consistent and compliant disclosure.


Purpose of the Assessment

Thank you for participating in the first multi-organization clinical trial disclosure maturity assessment. This assessment kicks off a series of activities designed to support the broader Clinical Trial Disclosure Maturity Model, which allows sponsors to assess their organization’s capabilities, identify best practices, and benchmark their capabilities against those of their peers.

Upon completing this assessment you will:
- Receive an evaluation of your organization relative to that of best practices and to your peers (all peer data will remain anonymous)
- Receive a report based on your responses that you can use to document your current disclosure maturity and use to assess opportunities for improvement.


Thank you once again for contributing to this initiative. Your input is much appreciated..
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Frequently Asked Questions
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How long will it take to complete this assessment?
Depending on your answers, this assessment covers 12 - 14 questions should take only about 10 minutes to complete.

NOTE: if there are questions that you can't answer on the first pass, you can always come back to the question at a later date.
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Can I save my answers and complete the assessment in stages?
Yes, your answers are saved every time you click the NEXT button, which means that you can complete the assessment in stages.
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Can I edit my previous answers?
Yes, you may edit your previous responses, provided you have not clicked the 'DONE' button after the last question. To visit a previous page, click the 'PREV' button at the bottom of the page.
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Why do some questions start with an asterisk?
Any question marked with an asterisk * requires an answer.



If you have any questions related to this this survey, please contact Thomas Wicks at thomas@trialscope.com, or call +1(201)903-2106

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