Indonesia Clinical Research Registry

20 items in the Registration Data Set

The minimum amount of trial information that must appear in a register in order for a given trial to be considered fully registered.

1. Primary Registry and Trial Identifying Number
Name of Primary Registry, and the unique ID number assigned by the Primary Registry to this trial.

2. Date of Registration in Primary Registry
Date when trial was officially registered in the Primary Registry.

3. Secondary Identifying Numbers
Other identifiers besides the Trial Identifying Number allocated by the Primary Registry, if any. These include:

  • The Universal Trial Number (UTN)
  • Identifiers assigned by the sponsor (record Sponsor name and Sponsor-issued trial number (e.g. protocol number))
  • Other trial registration numbers issued by other Registries (both Primary and Partner Registries in the WHO Registry Network, and other registries)
  • Identifiers issued by funding bodies, collaborative research groups, regulatory authorities, ethics committees / institutional review boards, etc.

All secondary identifiers will have 2 elements: an identifier for the issuing authority (e.g. NCT, ISRCTN, ACTRN) plus a number.
There is no limit to the number of secondary identifiers that can be provided.

4. Source(s) of Monetary or Material Support
Major source(s) of monetary or material support for the trial (e.g. funding agency, foundation, company, institution).

5. Primary Sponsor
The individual, organization, group or other legal entity which takes responsibility for initiating, managing and/or financing a study. The Primary Sponsor is responsible for ensuring that the trial is properly registered. The Primary Sponsor may or may not be the main funder.

6. Secondary Sponsor(s)
Additional individuals, organizations or other legal persons, if any, that have agreed with the primary sponsor to take on responsibilities of sponsorship.

A secondary sponsor may have agreed to:

  • take on all the responsibilities of sponsorship jointly with the primary sponsor; or
  • form a group with the Primary Sponsor in which the responsibilities of sponsorship are allocated among the members of the group; or
  • act as the Primary Sponsor’s legal representative in relation to some or all of the trial sites.

7. Contact for Public Queries
Email address, telephone number and postal address of the contact who will respond to general queries, including information about current recruitment status.

8. Contact for Scientific Queries
There must be clearly assigned responsibility for scientific leadership to a named Principal Investigator. The PI may delegate responsibility for dealing with scientific enquiries to a scientific contact for the trial. This scientific contact will be listed in addition to the PI.

The contact for scientific queries must therefore include:

  1. Name and title, email address, telephone number, postal address and affiliation of the Principal Investigator, and;
  2. Email address, telephone number, postal address and affiliation of the contact for scientific queries about the trial (if applicable). The details for the scientific contact may be generic (that is, there does not need to be a named individual): e.g. a generic email address for research team members qualified to answer scientific queries.

9. Public Title
Title intended for the lay public in easily understood language.

10. Scientific Title
Scientific title of the study as it appears in the protocol submitted for funding and ethical review. Include trial acronym if available.

11. Countries of Recruitment
The countries from which participants will be, are intended to be, or have been recruited at the time of registration.

12. Health Condition(s) or Problem(s) Studied
Primary health condition(s) or problem(s) studied (e.g., depression, breast cancer, medication error).

If the study is conducted in healthy human volunteers belonging to the target population of the intervention (e.g. preventive or screening interventions), enter the particular health condition(s) or problem(s) being prevented.

13. Intervention(s)
For each arm of the trial record a brief intervention name plus an intervention description.

Intervention Name: For drugs use generic name; for other types of interventions provide a brief descriptive name.

  • For investigational new drugs that do not yet have a generic name, a chemical name, company code or serial number may be used on a temporary basis. As soon as the generic name has been established, update the associated registered records accordingly.
  • For non-drug intervention types, provide an intervention name with sufficient detail so that it can be distinguished from other similar interventions.

Intervention Description: Must be sufficiently detailed for it to be possible to distinguish between the arms of a study (e.g. comparison of different dosages of drug) and/or among similar interventions (e.g. comparison of multiple implantable cardiac defibrillators). For example, interventions involving drugs may include dosage form, dosage, frequency and duration.

If the intervention is one or more drugs then use the International Non-Proprietary Name for each drug if possible (not brand/trade names). For an unregistered drug, the generic name, chemical name, or company serial number is acceptable.

If the intervention consists of several separate treatments, list them all in one line separated by commas (e.g. "low-fat diet, exercise").

For controlled trials, the identity of the control arm should be clear. The control intervention(s) is/are the interventions against which the study intervention is evaluated (e.g. placebo, no treatment, active control). If an active control is used, be sure to enter in the name(s) of that intervention, or enter "placebo" or "no treatment" as applicable. For each intervention, describe other intervention details as applicable (dose, duration, mode of administration, etc).

14. Key Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria
Inclusion and exclusion criteria for participant selection, including age and sex. Other selection criteria may relate to clinical diagnosis and co-morbid conditions; exclusion criteria are often used to ensure patient safety.

If the study is conducted in healthy human volunteers not belonging to the target population (e.g. a preliminary safety study), enter "healthy human volunteer".

15. Study Type
Study type consists of:

  1. Type of study (interventional or observational)
  2. Study design including:
    • Method of allocation (randomized/non-randomized)
    • Masking (is masking used and, if so, who is masked)
    • Assignment (single arm, parallel, crossover or factorial)
    • Purpose
  3. Phase (if applicable)

For randomized trials: the allocation concealment mechanism and sequence generation will be documented.

16. Date of First Enrollment
Anticipated or actual date of enrolment of the first participant.

17. Target Sample Size
Number of participants that this trial plans to enrol in total.

18. Recruitment Status
Recruitment status of this trial:

  • Pending: participants are not yet being recruited or enrolled at any site
  • Recruiting: participants are currently being recruited and enrolled
  • Suspended: there is a temporary halt in recruitment and enrolment
  • Complete: participants are no longer being recruited or enrolled
  • Other

19. Primary Outcome(s)
Outcomes are events, variables, or experiences that are measured because it is believed that they may be influenced by the intervention.

The Primary Outcome should be the outcome used in sample size calculations, or the main outcome(s) used to determine the effects of the intervention(s). Most trials should have only one primary outcome.

For each primary outcome provide:

  1. The name of the outcome (do not use abbreviations)
  2. The metric or method of measurement used (be as specific as possible)
  3. The timepoint(s) of primary interest

Outcome Name: Depression
Metric/method of measurement: Beck Depression Score
Timepoint: 18 weeks following end of treatment

20. Key Secondary Outcomes
Secondary outcomes are outcomes which are of secondary interest or that are measured at timepoints of secondary interest. A secondary outcome may involve the same event, variable, or experience as the primary outcome, but measured at timepoints other than those of primary interest.

As for primary outcomes, for each secondary outcome provide:

  1. The name of the outcome (do not use abbreviations)
  2. The metric or method of measurement used (be as specific as possible)
  3. The timepoint(s) of interest