ECRIN develops, contributes to, and maintains freely accessible tools that facilitate the identification of clinical trial objects, data sharing, access to regulatory and methodological designs and much more to support researchers looking to conduct multinational clinical research. Discover the ECRIN Tools below, and read more on the dedicated tool pages. ECRIN Tools include:
Adaptive Platform Trial Toolbox
The Adaptive Platform Trial Toolbox aims to collect the accumulated knowledge, experience, and resources (collectively termed as ‘tools’) from multiple projects and trials into a practical and guided toolbox to facilitate planning and conduct of future adaptive platform trials in any therapeutic area.
Clinical Research Metadata Repository
The Clinical Research Metadata Repository is the free online tool to help scientific researchers find documents and data linked to a clinical research study, and to obtain information on the accessibility of those results.
Rare Diseases Clinical Trials Toolbox
The toolbox aims to collect the accumulated knowledge, experience, and resources generated by previous projects and/or research infrastructures and other organisations into a practical and guided toolbox to help understand the regulations and requirements for conducting trials, with special focus on investigator-initiated trials for rare diseases.
The ECRIN Marketplace is the free online tool to help you find clinical trials that are already planned or in place.
A series of tools and procedures to support the setup and management of multinational neonatal and paediatric clinical trials in Europe were developed through the PedCRIN project.
Risk Based Monitoring Toolbox
The Risk-Based Monitoring Toolbox provides information on tools available for risk assessment, monitoring and study conduct, the institutions where they are used, and other relevant details such as links and user feedback.
Regulatory and Ethical Tools (CAMPUS)
ECRIN CAMPUS is a central resource for information about clinical trial regulatory and ethical requirements covering 22 European countries and multiple study types such as clinical drug trials, clinical investigations of medical devices, combination drug-device studies and nutritional studies.