Registry name: Israeli Clinical Trials Department
Points of interest:
- The Clinical Trials Department is part of Israel’s Ministry of Health
- The country of Israel does not operate its own clinical trials registry, rather, it reports clinical trial results to ClinicalTrials.gov.
- The Israeli Clinical Trials Department approves and supervises clinical trials involving human subjects
- In Israel, clinical trials are defined as:
- Special: a trial conveyed for final approval to the director of the hospital
- Non-special: a trial that requires additional approval of the Director
- Genetic studies are conducted in accordance with the Genetic Information Law of 2000
- Only physicians licensed in Israel may apply for permission to perform clinical trials
- Any clinical trials with human subjects must comply with the Public Health Regulations of 1980
Related transparency research/articles:
- Active clinical trials in Israel: CenterWatch
- Clinical trials in Israel: criteria for approval
- “Mind the gap” – let’s talk about clinical trials in Israel
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