CTN leadership groups and governance
The Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Clinical Trials Network (ANZCA CTN) supports high quality clinical trials in all forms of peri-operative care and pain management across Australia and New Zealand.
The ANZCA CTN is collaboration between ANZCA and Monash University through a memorandum of understanding. The network is supported by a central Clinical Trials Network (CTN) Office based at Monash University. The network is led by the CTN Executive, which is a sub-committee of the ANZCA Research Committee and reports through the Research Committee to ANZCA Council.
The Anaesthesia Research Coordinators Network (ARCN) is a sub-committee of the CTN Executive, representing more than 150 research coordinators facilitating anaesthesia research around Australia and New Zealand. The ARCN works with the CTN Executive to address key issues for research coordinators, contribute to policy, and to build a sustainable multicentre research workforce.
Meet the team
The ANZCA Clinical Trials Network has more than 70 sites participating in CTN-endorsed trials across Australia and New Zealand. The network’s operations are supported centrally by the CTN office which is based at the Central Clinical School, Monash University. The CTN office team reports to Professor Paul Myles, Director of the Department of Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine.
The team consists of:
- Karen Goulding, ANZCA Clinical Trials Network manager
- Gillian Ormond, ANZCA Senior Clinical Trials Network coordinator
- Paige Druce, ANZCA Clinical Trials Network coordinator
The team support CTN endorsed trials and core ANZCA trials business operations and the network of ANZCA sites, investigators and research coordinators. The team has expertise in clinical trial conduct and has well established links to CTN members across Australia and New Zealand, and globally. The CTN office team works together with the CTN Executive and Anaesthesia Research Coordinators Network (ARCN) Sub-committee to fulfil their aims in designing and delivering multicentre clinical trials, promoting the trials and CTN activities, running workshops and educational forums.
Our support services
Various levels of office support are available from the CTN office to principal investigators (PI) of CTN endorsed trials. Investigators seeking endorsement are encouraged to speak with the CTN manager to discuss potential services for their study.
ANZCA Clinical Trials Network Executive
The ANZCA Clinical Trials Network Executive is a collaboration of accomplished clinical researchers who work to improve the evidence base of anaesthesia by developing and conducting high quality, multicentre randomised controlled trials and related research. The ANZCA Clinical Trials Network...
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Anaesthesia Research Coordinators Network Sub-committee
The Anaesthesia Research Coordinators Network (ARCN) Sub-committee reports to the ANZCA Clinical Trials Network (CTN) Executive on ARCN activities that aim to deliver high quality trial evidence that translates into safe and effective practice in anaesthesia, peri-operative and pain medicine...
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