For Researchers

Use the resources below to stay informed on reporting obligations, access training tools, and get support for clinical trial conduct at your cancer centre.



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Patient & Public Involvement-header-two

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G.A.P.P. Webinar Series-header-two

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Reporting Obligations-header-two

Reporting Obligations-header-three

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Recruitment Best Practices Inventory-header-three

Recruitment Best Practices Inventory

Biospecimen SOPs-header-two

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CTMS-EDGE Support-header-two

CTMS-EDGE Support-header-three

Ask Me Campaign Materials-header-two

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Recruitment Best Practices Inventory

Recruiting patients to cancer clinical trials is a complex process that can require the coordination and expertise of physicians, clinic staff and research staff. However, furthering medical knowledge around cancer prevention, screening and treatment is directly dependent on the information gained by recruiting to, and completing, cancer clinical trials. In this way, fulfilling cancer trial accrual targets is vital to improving the lives of Canadian cancer patients. This manual has been compiled as a central repository for our Network sites to gain access to as many best practices, tools and templates as possible that will assist with this very important goal.

Recruitment Best Practices Manual