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Creating New NCI CTRP User Accounts

A CTRP Registration account identifies your organization affiliation, whether or not you own a particular trial record, and other such details specific to the NCI Clinical Trials Reporting Program Trial Registration Site.

There are two methods for creating an account:

Creating New CTRP Registration Accounts via Email

How to Create a New CTRP Registration Site Account

  1. Navigate to the CTRP Registration Site home page at http://trials.nci.nih.gov/registration.
  2. Click Create an account.
    The Register for a CTRP Account page appears.
    Create Account Page showing options for creating an account.
    Register for a CTRP Account Page
  3. In the Email Address field, type the email address you will use for registering trials (this should be your business email address), and then click Next.

    The My Account page appears, pre-populated with the email address you provided.
    My Account Page showing Your Account Profile
    My Account Page--Your Account Profile

  4. Select or enter the appropriate information in the text fields and drop-down lists in Your Account Profile. Fields with an asterisk (*) are required.

    Privacy concerns

    Contact information is required for internal administrative use only. Your information is not revealed to the public.

    Contact information*

    Enter your contact information in the fields provided. Provide your professional information only. For countries other than the United States, select None (International) in the State field, and enter None in the Zip Code field.

    Organization Affiliation*

    Click Look Up and select the appropriate organization from the list of search results. If your trial’s affiliated organization is not listed, you can register it in the system at this point. To search for and register an organization, follow the instructions in Looking Up Registered Organizations.

    Once organization affiliation is established, the system displays one of the following:

    • If no one in your organization has site administrative (Admin) access, the My Account page displays a check box that enables you to request Admin privileges.
    • If at least one other person in your organization currently has a Site Admin role, the system displays the View Admins link, which enables you to display the name(s) of the current Admin(s).

    Request for Admin Access

    This check box is displayed if no one in your organization has site administrative (admin) access.Optionally, to request administrative rights for your organization, select the check box.You will receive an email message from the CTRO once your request has been approved or rejected.

    PRS Organization Name

    Type the full name of the organization as it appears in the ClinicalTrials.gov Protocol Registration System account list at http://prsinfo.clinicaltrials.gov/prs_organizations.html.

    Keep your account up to date

    The PRS organization name is required for uploading trial records to ClinicalTrials.gov via a system-generated file. The PRS organization name you include in your profile is included in that file. This precludes having to update the PRS name in the file. Therefore it is very important for you to update your account whenever there is a change in PRS.

    Receive Email NotificationsSelect this check box if you want the CTRP system to send you an email message whenever some aspect of a trial you have submitted or own has changed.

    Submit

    Click to register your information with CTRP. The system sends you an account confirmation email message.


    The system sends you a message stating that you will receive an email notification with instructions for activating your account.

    Allow two business days for your account to be processed

    It may take up to two business days to create your account. If you have any questions in the interim, contact NCI CBIIT Application Support directly by sending an email to ncicbiit@mail.nih.gov or by calling 240-276-5541.

  5. Open the account information email when it arrives, and click the embedded link to the My Account page.

Creating New CTRP Registration Site Accounts Using NIH or NCI Credentials

Although you already have an NIH (or NCI) account, you must register for an associated CTRP account. The CTRP account identifies your organization affiliation, whether or not you own a particular trial record, and other such details specific to the NCI Clinical Trials Reporting Program Trial Registration Site.

How to Create New CTRP Registration Site Accounts Using NIH Credentials

  1. Navigate to the CTRP Registration Site home page at http://trials.nci.nih.gov/registration.
  2. Click Create an account.
    The Register for a CTRP Account page appears.
    Register for a CTRP Account Page with the link to the CTRP account registration page
    Register for a CTRP Account Page
  3. Because you already have an NIH account, click the here link.
    The Register for a CTRP Account page displays username and password fields.
    Register for a CTRP Account Page showing username and password fields
    Register for a CTRP Account Page
  4. Enter your username and password, and then click Next.
    The Your Account Profile page appears, pre-populated automatically with all the information associated with your NIH/NCI account.
    My Account page displaying populated fields
    My Account Page
  5. Select or enter the appropriate information in the text fields and drop-down lists in Your Account Profile. Fields with an asterisk (*) are required.

    Privacy concerns

    Contact information is required for internal administrative use only. Your information is not revealed to the public.

    Contact information

    Enter your contact information in the fields provided. Provide your professional information only. For countries other than the United States, select None (International) in the State field, and enter None in the Zip Code field.

    Organization Affiliation

    Click Look Up and select the appropriate organization from the list of search results. If your trial’s affiliated organization is not listed, you can register it in the system at this point. To search for and register an organization, follow the instructions in Looking Up Registered Organizations.

    Once organization affiliation is established, the system displays one of the following:

    • If no one in your organization has site administrative (Admin) access, the My Account page displays a check box that enables you to request Admin privileges.
    • If at least one other person in your organization currently has a Site Admin role, the system displays the View Admins link, which enables you to display the name(s) of the current Admin(s).

    Request for Admin Access

    This check box is displayed if no one in your organization has site administrative (admin) access.Optionally, to request administrative rights for your organization, select the check box.You will receive an email message from the CTRO once your request has been approved or rejected.

    PRS Organization Name

    Type the full name of the organization as it appears in the ClinicalTrials.gov Protocol Registration System account list at http://prsinfo.clinicaltrials.gov/prs_organizations.html.

    Keep your account up to date

    The PRS organization name is required for uploading trial records to ClinicalTrials.gov via a system-generated file. The PRS organization name you include in your profile is included in that file. This precludes having to update the PRS name in the file.

    Receive Email NotificationsSelect this check box if you want the CTRP system to send you an email message whenever some aspect of a trial you have submitted or own has changed.

    Submit

    Click to register your information with CTRP. The system sends you an account confirmation email message.

Contact information is required for internal administrative use only. Your information is not revealed to the public.

 

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