How long will it take for my study to be posted publicly on ClinicalTrials.gov?Feb 11, 2021
After a study record is completed by the study team, it is reviewed by a University administrator and released to ClinicalTrials.gov’s PRS staff for quality review.
- For registration submissions, PRS review usually takes 2-5 business days.
- For results submissions, PRS review can take up to 30 days.
Records approved by PRS are then made public on ClinicalTrials.gov. Records with quality issues are returned with PRS comments describing the problems and suggested solutions.
For Applicable Clinical Trials (ACTs) with results submitted on or after January 1 2020, the results will be made public within 30 days of submission regardless of whether quality issues are found. If there are quality issues, those issues will be publicly flagged in the record. The study team will then need to address the PRS comments regarding the quality issues and re-release the record in a timely manner. Resolving the quality issues will clear the public flags from the record.
REMEMBER! The review process does not start until the study team clicks the green “Complete” button on the record summary page.
For help addressing PRS comments, please contact ClinicalResearchSupportCenter@UCDenver.edu.