Your clinical trial is complete. Now you have ethical and organizational obligations to demonstrate clinical data transparency by communicating the results to participants and the public. Until now, this was a cumbersome process. Paper-based workflows slow the publishing process. And on-site summary distribution means many patients never even receive results.
TrialSummaries.com changes that. It’s a publicly accessible online portal, that aggregates clinical trial results summaries from participating sponsors — and presents them in a simple, searchable interface.
Engage the patient community
Along with being able to easily search for trials and their results, patients can read translated results summaries in their native language, and subscribe to receive notifications relevant to their medical concerns. It’s another powerful bridge between your research and the patient community.
Publish in the right context
The TrialSummaries.com is unbiased, purely informational, and non-promotional — without the commercial branding of a company-sponsored website. You can publicize findings with full confidence that you’re within regulatory protocols and communicating trial results in a compliant, ethical way. And if you need assistance writing plain language summaries (PLS), our clinical trial disclosure services can help.
Modernize your publishing process
Sharing your study summaries on TrialSummaries.com is 100% electronic. No more manual paper processes or printing and distributing summaries at on-site locations. Everything is digital, trackable, secure, and simple — just how you and your patients want it to be.
Simplify how you share trial results.
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