International Journal of Clinical Trials (IJCT) is an open access, international, peer-reviewed journal that encompasses all aspects of clinical trials. The journal's full text is available online at http://www.ijclinicaltrials.com. The journal allows free access to its contents, offers a way to make data both freely available and highly visible worldwide; this will benefit the impact of your publication. International Journal of Clinical Trials is dedicated to publishing articles on clinical trial methodology as well as protocols, commentaries and results papers. International Journal of Clinical Trials (IJCT) is one of the fastest communication journals and articles are published online within short time after acceptance of manuscripts, this will benefit the societies by getting faster access to your clinical trial results. The journal has a broad coverage for articles are clinical trial methodology, traditional results papers, regulatory aspects of clinical trial, research ethics, clinical trial management, clinical data management and biostatistics. The journal has unrestricted space and takes advantage of all the technical possibilities available for electronic publishing. It is published quarterly and available in print and online version. International Journal of Clinical Trials (IJCT) complies with the uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals, issued by the International Committee for Medical Journal Editors.
Print ISSN: 2349-3240
Online ISSN: 2349-3259
Publisher: Medip Academy
DOI prefix: 10.18203Medip Academy is a member of Publishers International Linking Association, Inc. (PILA), which operates CrossRef (DOI)
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The correct abbreviation for abstracting and indexing purposes is Int J Clin Trials.
Abstracting and Indexing information
The journal is indexed with Index Medicus for South-East Asia Region (WHO), JournalTOCs, Index Copernicus, CrossRef, Index Scholar, Journal Index, Google Scholar, J-Gate, Directory of Science, eJManager and ResearchBib.
Index Copernicus Value: 85.79 (ICV 2014: 85.79)
Advantages to publish in the International Journal of Clinical Trials
- Prompt review and rapid publication
- DOI (Digital Object Identifiers) for each article: The assignment of DOI names through the international registration agency (CrossRef), recognizes published data as a first-class research output in the scientific world, Increase the acceptance of research data as legitimately citable contribution to the scientific record.
- Wider visibility through open access
- Indexing: International Journal of Clinical Trials is indexed with Index Medicus for South-East Asia Region (WHO), JournalTOCs, Index Copernicus, CrossRef, Index Scholar, Journal Index, Google Scholar, J-Gate, Directory of Science, eJManager and ResearchBib. International Journal of Clinical Trials will apply to be indexed in other relevant databases and repositories in the future, where appropriate.
- Archiving: International Journal of Clinical Trials utilizes the LOCKSS (Lots Of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. The LOCKSS Program, based at Stanford University Libraries, provides libraries and publishers with open source digital preservation tools to preserve and provide access to persistent and authoritative digital content. In addition, authors publishing with International Journal of Clinical Trials are encouraged to self-archive final published version of the articles on a website, institutional repository or any other OAI-compliant institutional/subject-based repository, immediately on publication.
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Fast track publication service is provided to shorten the time to decision and publication. Authors if they wish can have their article published as Online First (Articles in Press) within 2 weeks of manuscript submission (Conditional to acceptance and author does prompt corrections).
Online First (Articles in Press) Articles are accepted, peer reviewed manuscripts, and are citable by the digital object identifier (DOI) assigned at the time of online publication.
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Vol 3, No 4 (2016): October-December 2016
Table of Contents
|Determining the sample size necessary to pass the tentative final monograph pre-operative skin preparation study requirements||Abstract PDF||Daryl S. Paulson||169-173||Total views: 17|
|PROMIS® tools as endpoints in clinical trials: what should you know? A review of PROMIS® capabilities and the current regulatory space||Abstract PDF||Huda Shalhoub, Matthew Reaney||174-179||Total views: 16|
|Clinical trial ethics in Turkey in the context of some expectations and predictions||Abstract PDF||Nüket Örnek Büken||180-186||Total views: 12|
|Artificial intelligence in clinical research||Abstract PDF||Veerabhadra Sanekal Nayak, Mohammed Saleem Khan, Bharat Kumar Shukla, Pranjal R. Chaturvedi||187-193||Total views: 10|
|Transformation in site monitoring practices through risk based monitoring||Abstract PDF||Anubhav Khare||194-198||Total views: 10|
|Critical utility of e-solutions in risk based monitoring||Abstract PDF||Pranjal R. Chaturvedi||199-202||Total views: 14|
Original Research Articles
|Effects of antenatal pelvic floor preparation techniques on the perineal integrity: a randomized controlled trial protocol||Abstract PDF||Priscila Godoy Januário Martins Alves, Ricardo de Carvalho Cavalli, Daiane Munhoz Mira Bertacini, Patricia Driusso||203-209||Total views: 10|
|Develop and test a palliative care screening tool for rural patients with serious chronic illnesses: a study protocol||Abstract PDF||Lufei Young, Kevin Kupzyk, Bob Parker, Amber McCall, Collene Hergott, Margaret Blagg||210-216||Total views: 17|
|Fenofibrate in the management of AbdoMinal aortic anEurysm (FAME)-2: the study protocol for a multi-centre, randomised, placebo-controlled trial||Abstract PDF||Sophie E. Rowbotham, Bernie Bourke, Michael Bourke, Rene Jaeggi, Jason S. Jenkins, Joseph V. Moxon, Jenna L. Pinchbeck, Christopher M. Reid, Ramesh Velu, Jonathan Golledge||217-224||Total views: 16|
|Randomized clinical trial of a motivational interdisciplinary intervention based on the transtheoretical model of change for lifestyle modification in overweight/obese adolescents: MERC study protocol||Abstract PDF||Fernanda A. Ribeiro, Raquel M. Boff, Ana M. P. Feoli, Andreia S. Gustavo, Márcio Vinícius Fagundes Donadio, Margareth S. Oliveira||225-232||Total views: 15|
|The effects of individual pelvic floor muscle training versus individual treatment with progression to group versus group training for women with stress urinary incontinence: protocol for a randomized controlled trial||Abstract PDF||Vilena Barros de Figueiredo, Cristine Homsi Jorge Ferreira, Patrícia Driusso||233-237||Total views: 9|
|Assessment of clinical trials registered at clinical trial registry of India over past decade: an audit||Abstract PDF||Shruti S Bhide, Firoz Tadvi, Mitesh Maurya, Sunil Bhojne, Pragya Chandrakar||238-243||Total views: 34|
|Efficacy of ormeloxifene in comparison to oral contraceptive pills in medical management of dysfunctional uterine bleeding||Abstract PDF||Nirmala Jaget Lakkawar, Padma Alaganandam, S. Yasodha||244-249||Total views: 12|
|Common causes of vertigo and dizziness in Gujarat||Abstract PDF||Mohan Bansal||250-253||Total views: 13|
|RADHIKa: Ratio-based analysis deriving basis for comparison of historical, parallel or interdependent reported ken of studies - a novel method for comparing interconnected and disconnected data sets||Abstract PDF||Ashish Indani, Srinivas Reddy Boreddy, Tushar Deshpande||254-266||Total views: 15|
|Clinical evaluation of the Dr. Brain syrup in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and dementia: randomized, placebo controlled, single blinded clinical study||Abstract PDF||Hardik R. Patel, Kalapi Patel, Mansi Patel, S. N. Gupta, Janmejay Patel, Payal Patel, Apurva Patel||267-273||Total views: 17|