Knowing where to submit clinical trial results summaries to is the easy part. What becomes difficult is learning the intricacies and transparency requirements of every clinical trial registry globally, including the National Institute of Mental Health. Here is an overview of this registry:
Registry name: National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Year established: 1949
Points of interest:
- NIMH is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which supports clinical research via the Intramural Division.
- Adults and children can enroll in clinical research studies conducted by the NIH.
- Users can find a clinical study near them through the Intramural Division.
- Currently, those interested in joining a clinical study can participate in studies examining conditions that include anxiety disorders, autism spectrum disorders, depression, social phobias, and more.
- ClinicalTrials.gov acts as the NIH’s registry of clinical trials at the NIH and in the country.
- The NIH offers researchers resources for conducting and monitoring clinical trials, available on its website.
- Current studies are listed on the NIMH’s website by research category.
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