International Clinical Trials Day is celebrated every May 20th around the world. Although things are a little different this year because of COVID-19, we believe it is more important than ever to celebrate clinical research and the advances it makes in the discovery of new treatments.
Today, Q-CROC is launching the "In 2020, I discover clinical research" campaign. This digital initiative will allow more people to discover clinical research, with a focus on oncology. Start discovering clinical research from the Q-CROC now by clicking here and explore other options below!
Coordinates a network of 18 of the most active hospitals in oncology clinical research, accounting for more than 95% of recruiting studies in the province.
Find a clinical trial (OncoQuebec)
Having trouble? Navigating the website and finding the right clinical trial can be difficult. Please consult the guide created by the PFRC librarian and the Q-CROC liaison research coordinator -
Clinical Trials at the Jewish General Hospital and the McGill network et dans le réseau McGill
JGH Gynecology-Oncology Clinic - Clinical Trials available at the Gyne-Onc Clinic of the JGH
Rossy Cancer Network - Clinical Research
ItStartsWithMe, a website with information about clinical trials and how they contribute to Canadian society and health. Visit their glossary of terms to learn more about the language used in clinical trials.
Canadian Cancer Society
- Clinical Trials
- Types and Phases of Clinical Trials
- Understanding the Trial and Informed Consent
- Deciding to be in a Clinical Trial
- Benefits, Risks and Costs
- When the Trial is Finished
- Research in Targeted Therapy
ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of publicly and privately supported clinical studies of human participants conducted around the world. Learn more about clinical studies and about this site, including relevant history, policies, and laws.
Disclaimer: This information should not be considered as medical advice. It is not to be used in place of a visit with a doctor, nurse or other healthcare professional. If you have questions about your individual medical situation, please consult with your healthcare professional.