Clinical Trial Service Providers
Clinical Trial Service Providers in South Australia.
COVID-19 guidance for clinical trials:
Please visit the Australian Government’s Department of Health website to view the COVID-19 guidance for institutions conducting or overseeing research, Human Research Ethics Committees (HRECs), researchers and sponsors.
SA Health is partnering with SAHMRI and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) in a clinical trial to boost protection against COVID-19 for healthcare workers. For more information on the BRACE trial, visit SAHMRI’s website.
COVID-19 clinical trials
PARC Clinical Research at the Royal Adelaide Hospital is currently recruiting healthy volunteers for a coronavirus vaccine trial. For more information please visit the PARC Clinical Research website.
Clinical research trials are conducted at major public hospitals and other institutions across South Australia. These trials typically investigate the safety and/or efficacy of medical interventions, including medicines and therapeutic devices.
The Australian Government is leading a body of work to improve the Australian clinical trials environment with a view to improving health outcomes and increasing international investment in Australia
The Office for Research based in the SA Department for Health and Wellbeing has received funding through the Encouraging More Clinical Trials in Australia Project to assist with the redesign of clinical trial systems in accordance with the revitalised COAG health council clinical trials agenda.
The Department will be working collaboratively to support a range of key initiatives linked with the national clinical trials agenda, including:
As this work progresses, it is anticipated that other priority areas will be identified that will require further attention.
Please contact the SA Department for Health and Wellbeing Office for Research
Telephone: 8226 7235
Those seeking to undertake a clinical trial within the South Australian public health system under the Therapeutic Goods Administration’s Clinical Trial Notification (CTN) or Clinical Trial Exemption (CTX) Schemes should ensure the appropriate signed notification forms are provided to the Institution. These can be obtained from the Therapeutic Goods Administration website.
To support the conduct of clinical trials within the South Australian public health system, SA Health endorses the use of the following Medicines Australia Clinical Trial Research Agreements (CTRAs):
These agreements are all available to download here.
SA Health participates in the Southern and Eastern Border States (SEBS) review panel to consider amendments to the standard Medicines Australia Clinical Trials Research Agreement (CTRA) template agreements.
The SEBS panel meets regularly to consider amendments to the template agreements via Schedule 4 and Schedule 7 additions. Submissions to this group from Clinical Trial Sponsors are coordinated by the NSW Office for Health and Medical Research, SEBS@moh.health.nsw.gov.au.
For further information on the SEBS review process including a submission template, meeting and submission dates, please visit the Medicines Australia website.
Information about what a clinical trial is, who can participate in a clinical trial and how you can find a clinical trial.