Clinical interventional studies
NorCRIN partners provide support and advice for clinical interventional studies.
Prioritisation of projects supported by NorCRIN:
- The project must have partners from two or more health regions.
- The project can be part of a larger project, usually an international one.
- It must be evident that the project has sufficient funding, and the budget must describe how the project’s funds will be allocated to tasks and institutions.
- The project management must make it clear that sufficient resources have been set aside for infrastructure, such as trial nurses, data collection and register support.
- Documentation must be attached demonstrating that the project has been found worthy of support and has received funding after undergoing peer review by a scientific committee, for example in connection with an application to the Norwegian Research Council, for regional health research funds or otherwise.
- The application on which the assessment is based must be attached.
Read here about guidelines for prioritising projects that receive support from NorCRIN.
Projects that have been offered assistance from NorCRIN:
Interregional health research projects
Overview of clinical interventional studies:
Information on all clinical trials can be found by searching clinicaltrials.gov.
You can also find an overview of clinical trials in Norway on www.helsenorge.no/en/clinical-trials or in the REK project register.