OpenTrials launches beta version at the World Health Summit

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Open Knowledge International is announcing the launch of the public preview beta version of OpenTrials at a panel session on ‘Fostering Open Science in Global Health’ at the World Health Summit today, 10 October 2016. OpenTrials is an open, online database of information about the world’s clinical trials which is designed to increase transparency and improve access to research. OpenTrials works like a search engine, with advanced search options for filtering results by criteria such as drug and disease area. At the World Health Summit, the team will be demonstrating how the OpenTrials interface works, including how to explore trials and filter results by criteria such as drug and disease area. They will also demonstrate the power of linking clinical trial information together, showing how it can be used to highlight important discrepancies in the data.

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