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NCIs Clinical Trials Reporting Program (CTRP) vs. Clinicaltrials.gov. What Study Teams Need to Know. Session Objectives . Outline the differences between CTRP and clinicaltrials.gov Discuss the process associated with each protocol registration mechanism Define upcoming requirements.

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ncis clinical trials reporting program ctrp vs clinicaltrials gov

NCIs Clinical Trials Reporting Program (CTRP) vs. Clinicaltrials.gov

What Study Teams Need to Know

session objectives
Session Objectives
  • Outline the differences between CTRP and clinicaltrials.gov
  • Discuss the process associated with each protocol registration mechanism
  • Define upcoming requirements
clinical trial reporting program goal
Clinical Trial Reporting Program: Goal
  • The CTRP goal is to provide NCI with a more global view of emerging knowledge from cancer trials and to identify important patterns and insights in a timely way in order to assure patient safety and an optimal return on the nation's investment in cancer clinical trials.
  • This goal enhances NCI's commitment to protecting human research participants in NCI-supported trials, safeguarding the integrity of the data resulting from this research, and applying measures to enable effective monitoring of research.
  • Based on a June 2005 recommendation from the Clinical Trials Working Group (CTWG)
ctwg recommendations
CTWG Recommendations
  • Single “source of record” for NCI on trial statuses
  • Comprehensive list of trials
  • Includes data from other sponsors (public and private)
  • Leverages experience and expertise of NCI and community in the construction of clinical trials databases
ctrp definitions
CTRP Definitions
  • CTRO: Clinical Trials Reporting Office
  • Submitting Organization: Grantee and/or site supplying data to CTRO to satisfy CTRP requirements
ctrp pilot deployment
CTRP Pilot Deployment
  • Pilot Sites
    • Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center
    • Northwestern
    • Mayo
    • St. Jude
    • Wake Forest
ctrp timeline
CTRP Timeline
  • January-March 2009
    • Five pilot sites ONLY, register NEW trials only, no amendments
  • April-June 2009
    • Solicited “early adopter” Cancer Centers begin registering NEW trials
    • Allow amendments and existing OPEN trials
    • Pilot sites should register all OPEN trials by 6/20/2009
ctrp timeline cont
CTRP Timeline cont.
  • July-September 2009 (provisional)
    • Non-Cancer Center grantees begin entering NEW trials
    • Cancer Centers should register all OPEN trials
    • Begin collection of accrual date
  • January-March 2010 (provisional)
    • Begin pilot reporting of outcomes, adverse events
    • Potentially add observational, ancillary/correlative studies
ctrp compliance
CTRP Compliance
  • Compliance:

“The grants management office has responsibility for the enforcement of regulations related to non-compliance or performance. Grantees may receive an extension in order to become compliant. Non-compliant grantees may face termination of their grant award. “

clinical trial reporting program key processes
Protocol Registration*

All intervention trials regardless of funding type

Within 21 days of activation

Excludes CTEP/DCP trials already being reported

Validation

Checking of registration entries by CTRO staff for duplication or inconsistency with protocol document

Abstraction

CTRO staff abstracts data elements from submitted protocol document (i.e. Disease/Conditions and Interventions)

Trial Summary Report

Accrual Submission*

Patient specific or aggregated data dependent on trial type

Report Generation

Cancer Center Summary 4 Reports, Clinicaltrials.gov registration

Clinical Trial Reporting Program: Key Processes
ctrp protocol registration
CTRP: Protocol Registration
  • Trial Details
    • Lead Organization/Trial Id (Protocol #)
    • Title
    • Trial Type (Treatment, Prevention etc.)
    • Phase
    • Current Trial Status & Current Trial Status Date
  • Lead Organization/PI
  • NIH Grant Information, if applicable
  • Trial Related Documents
    • Protocol, NCT ID number or limited data set
    • List of Participating Sites
    • Informed Consent Document
    • IRB Approval Document
ctrp df hcc process
CTRP DF/HCC Process
  • Centralized trial submission within the Quality Assurance Office for Clinical Trials (QACT)
    • Responsible for manual entry of registration information
    • Batch uploads of accrual data
    • Still working out processes as part of Pilot program for additional reporting
ctrp recap what does this mean for the study team
CTRP RECAP: What does this mean for the study team?
  • CTRP registration will be done by Quality Assurance Office for Clinical Trials (QACT)
    • PI/Study teams will NOT be responsible for meeting registration deadlines
  • Additional information about process will be disseminated as it becomes available
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Clinicaltrials.gov:
  • Public registry of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in the United States and around the world.
    • gives information about a trial's purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details.
  • The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), through its National Library of Medicine (NLM), developed the site in collaboration with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA),
clinicaltrials gov history
Clinicaltrials.gov: History
  • Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act (FDAMA) 1997
    • Section 113 mandated that DHHS, through the NIH, establish, maintain, and operate a registry of clinical trials
      • Prescribed the required content
      • Information must be easily understood by the public
    • Required the registration of trials testing drugs for life threatening diseases and condition
  • Clinicaltrials.gov launched in February 2000
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Clinicaltrials.gov: History
  • International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) 2004
    • Calls for increased transparency of Clinical Trials
    • September of 2004, the ICMJE published an editorial stating that they will only publish clinical trials that were registered on a publicly accessible registry
      • This included only phase 2 and beyond clinical trials
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Clinicaltrials.gov: History
  • September 2007: FDA Amendment Act (FDAAA)
    • Increased the data elements that must be included
    • Added provisions for a RESULTS DATABASE
clinicaltrials gov history20
Clinicaltrials.gov: History
  • Public Law 110-85 Sec. 801 Expanded Clinical Trial Registry
    • Enacted on September 27, 2007
    • Requires Trial Registration (Dec 2007)
      • Phase II-IV drug and device trials for all diseases
      • Increased data elements required to include FDAAA/ICMJE/WHO requirements
    • Requires Results Reporting (Sept 2008)
      • Trials of FDA-approved or cleared drugs and devices
      • “Basic” Results: Baseline characteristics, Primary and Secondary Outcomes, Statistical Analyses
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Clinicaltrials.gov: History
  • International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) July 1, 2008
    • Expanded the registration requirements to include ALL clinical trials including Phase I and pharmaco-kinetic trials
requirements for the timing of registrations on clinicaltrials gov
Requirements for the Timing of Registrations on clinicaltrials.gov
  • ICMJE requires registration to occur before the first participant is enrolled but after IRB approval
  • FDAAA requires registration within 21 days after enrolling the first participant
requirements for updating information on clinicaltrials gov
Requirements for Updating Information on clinicaltrials.gov
  • ICMJE requires the updating and verification of study information every six months
  • FDAAA requires the information be updated at least every 12 months
    • Additionally the registry must be updated within 30 days of any changes in recruitment status or completion of study
clinicaltrials gov definitions
Clinicaltrials.gov Definitions
  • Responsible Party
    • Sponsor
    • Designated Principal Investigator
  • Applicable Clinical Trial
    • Drug
    • Device
  • Completion Date (Primary)
    • Date that the final subject was examined or received an intervention for the purposes of final collection of data for the PRIMARY outcome
  • NCT Number
    • Number assigned to a clinical trial once it is posted on clinicaltrials.gov
who is responsible for registering updating information on clinicaltrials gov
Who is responsible for registering/ updating information on clinicaltrials.gov?
  • The “responsible party” is considered the regulatory sponsor of the study
    • This responsibility can be designated to the Overall PI
    • In most cases the industry or cooperative group will register the trials they sponsor
      • Recommend checking with the sponsor to verify
  • Investigator-Initiated trials, should be registered by the OVERALL PI when any of the following apply:
    • The PI is the IND/IDE holder
    • There is no external funding
    • Industry has provided drug and/or $ but does not “own” the project
what does this mean for df hcc pi initiated trials
What does this mean for DF/HCC PI-Initiated Trials?
  • In order to comply with the new laws and preserve the ability to publish in ICMJE journals
  • BOTH sets of requirements must be met
    • Register all PI-Initiated protocols regardless of Phase BEFORE the first participant is enrolled but AFTER IRB approval
    • Update registry information every 6 months or immediately when recruitment status changes (see CTEO Tips & Tricks sheet on “Updating Trial Information on clinicaltrials.gov”)
how do you register a new trial
The registration process is currently DF/HCC institution specific

Meaning each DF/HCC institution (MGH, BWH, BIDMC, DFCI, CH) has an institutional account on clinicaltrials.gov

User accounts are set-up under each institutional account for INVESTIGATORS ONLY (requires Log-in and Password) on the website https://register.clinicaltrials.gov/

Administrative access to protocol records can be granted to Program Managers or Overall PI designee (DFCI/BIDMC ONLY)

Contact your Protocol Registration System Administrator for detailed directions:

DFCI/BIDMC: Shannon Nelson MGH: Victoria Mirabello

617-582-8310 617-424-4140

snelson0@partners.orgvmirabello@partners.org

How do you register a new trial?
current registration process
Current Registration Process
  • CTEO is notified when a PI-Initiated protocol is IRB approved
  • CTEO notifies Overall PI and study contact about the need for registration and offers assistance
  • CTEO, with approval from PI, will enter in the initial registration information
    • Once information is entered, the protocol record is then “transferred” to the Overall PIs login account on clinicaltrials.gov and the PI and study contact are notified of completion and the next steps of review/modification and approval
      • FOR MGH/BWH registrations: Once the protocol record is transferred to the Overall PI, the CTEO no longer has access to view or make changes to the protocol record
current registration process cont
Current Registration Process Cont.
  • Once the PI reviews and approves the registration information the protocol is released for posting on clinicaltrials.gov
    • Posting occurs 2-5 days after release and an NCT number is assigned to the trial
updating information on clinicaltrials gov
Updating Information on Clinicaltrials.gov
  • The Overall PI (or designee) is responsible for updating/verifying the information posted on clinicaltrials.gov at least every 6 months
    • Information posted must be reviewed and amended if necessary. The protocol “record verification” date must be changed to reflect most recent review.
    • Receive email reminders from clinicaltrials.gov every 6 months
    • For newly approved trials, CTEO will send a reminder to Overall PI and study contact when the trial is activated by OHRS (Overall PI must go in and change recruitment status and record verification date)
basic results database general characteristics
Basic Results Database: General Characteristics
  • Results of applicable clinical trials of FDA-approved/cleared medical products
  • Generally, submission within 12 months of the completion date of the primary outcome
  • Delayed submission of results
    • Seeking initial approval
    • Seeking approval of a new use
    • Extensions for “good cause”
basic results database current exemptions
Basic Results Database: Current Exemptions*
  • Trials completed PRIOR to September 27, 2008 do not need results submitted
  • Drugs not yet approved by the FDA do not need to post results until the drug receives approval (results need to be submitted within 30 days of approval for first indication)
  • For approved drugs, in which a new, unapproved indication is being studied, reporting can be delayed for up to 2 years regardless of whether the drug is approved for that indication
  • NO requirement for posting the results of trials of drugs that were never approved
basic results requirements
Basic Results: Requirements
  • Demographic & baseline characteristics
    • Table of values, overall and for each arm
    • # of patients dropped out & excluded from analysis
  • Primary and Secondary Outcomes
    • Table of values for each primary & secondary outcome measure, by arm
    • Scientifically appropriate tests of statistical significance
  • Point of contact (for scientific information)
  • Certain agreements (restrictions on PI to discuss or publish results after trial completion date)
register clinicaltrials gov
Register.clinicaltrials.gov
  • Website used to register trials
    • “Back end” of clinicaltrials.gov
  • Overall PIs are set up with accounts to register their trials under
    • They are considered the “owners” of any protocols registered under their accounts
  • Make updates, record verifications, and post results by accessing the individual protocol record
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When verifying information every six months, it is important to update the “Record Verification Date”

clinicaltrials gov the future
Clinicaltrials.gov: The Future
  • September 27th, 2009-Adverse Events
    • The reporting of adverse events will become mandatory if the Secretary fails to issue regulation by September 2009. Reporting will default to:
      • SERIOUS ADVERSE EVENTS
        • Table of anticipated & unanticipated serious adverse events
        • Grouped by organ system
        • Number and frequency of event in each clinical trial arm
      • FREQUENT (other) Adverse Events
        • Table of anticipated & unanticipated adverse events
        • Exceed a frequency of 5% within any trial arm
        • Grouped by organ system
        • Number and frequency of event in each trial arm
clinicaltrials gov enforcement mechanisms
Clinicaltrials.gov: Enforcement Mechanisms
  • Denial of trial publication (ICMJE)
  • Public Notices of non-compliance
  • Civil Monetary Penalties (up to $10,000 per day)
  • Withholding of NIH funds
  • FDA Sanctions
ctrp vs clinicaltrials gov

CTRP vs. Clinicaltrials.gov

A Recap of Important Points