Read the latest about clinical trials in South Australia

The South Australian clinical trials portal provides information on conducting clinical trials in South Australia including information for researchers, for participants and sponsors.

South Australia has a diverse population and advanced medical research facilities located at hospitals, universities and other institutions, which makes it a great environment for clinical trials.

Clinical trials are conducted at major public hospitals and other institutions across South Australia, and participants in geographically rural, regional and remote locations are now able to take part in clinical trials at one of the satellite sites through the Australia Teletrial Program.

Explore the Australian Clinical Trials Education Centre (A-CTEC)

Australian Clinical Trials Education Centre (A-CTEC) is a new free online training platform available to everyone involved in clinical trials across South Australia, regardless of their role or site. A-CTEC contains a suite of evidence-based, interactive clinical trials education modules on topics such as GCP training, running a clinical trial, the ethics and governance process, and much more. These modules are suitable to all levels of expertise, experience and competency.

Access to A-CTEC is funded by the Australian Teletrial Program - South Australia (ATP-SA) and the Office for Research in the SA Department for Health and Wellbeing, and the initiative is supported by Health Translation SA.

A-CTEC offers free access to a variety of resources, including online training modules, live webinars, live workshops, competency frameworks, educational resources, and community networks.

Visit the A-CTEC website to create a free account and start your professional development!