July 2022: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Beta Test System

The below update was posted on the Release notes section of ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Beta test system on July 06, 2022, which will be available on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Beta by late July, 2022.

The following updates and improvements were made in the different section of the PRS Beta test system.

Release Notes
    • The Release Notes can now be shared without logging in to PRS Beta
    • Release Notes are now visible on a separate page. Use the back button to return to the Record List Page
Record List Page
    • A banner was added to address users with more than 250 records
      • It explains that up to 250 records can be viewed in PRS Beta
      • It provides guidance for viewing more than 250 records
Record List – Columns and Filters
    • The Planning View and Public Site View have been added
      • These views are only visible to users with Administrator access.
      • These views can be customized, filtered, sorted, and exported just like the Default View
      • Newly included columns can be filtered using a search window
    • The Group column has been added to the Default View for users with Administrator access
Improvements
Record List Page
    • A “View” link and a “Locked” link have been added to the View Record column
    • The View Record column has been removed from the Customize Columns menu and is now a permanent fixture on the left-hand side of the Record List
General
    • Accessibility (508 compliance) was improved across PRS Beta site
Help Content
    • Content was updated in “About PRS Beta”
      • A summarized update on the Planning view and Public view along with other features have been included in the “About PRS Beta” section

A notification about the ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Beta test update was also published on the ClinicalTrials.gov PRS test system.

May 2022: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Beta Test System

The below update was posted on the What’s New section of ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Beta test system, which will be available on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Beta by late May, 2022:

The following updates, improvements, and bug fixes were made in the different section of the PRS Beta test system

Record List Page
    • The release version number was added to the top of the page.
    • A loading indicator was added to track the progress of a loading page.
    • A pop-up window was added to the Contact ClinicalTrials.gov button to provide other options for finding answers to questions and getting help with using PRS Beta.
Record List – Columns and Filters
    • The filter display was adjusted so that when you filter one column, all the filter options for the remaining columns can also be seen.
    • The ability to select multiple filter options for one column was added.
    • A column was added that shows which documents, if any, have been added to a study record.
    • An alert was added that displays when the system can’t process a search request.
    • An About menu was added that includes links to the About PRS Beta page and the release notes.
Improvements
Record List Page
    • The welcome banner on PRS Beta was replaced with a pop-up banner that you can click on to close.
    • A redesigned product icon was added.
    • The labels in the page header were updated to make it easier to know which view is currently displayed (e.g., default view, saved view).
Record List – Columns and Filters
    • The filtering for columns with names was updated to make searching easier
      • Pick lists were replaced with search fields.
      • A scrollable list of possible search results was added below search windows.
      • An autocomplete feature was added that narrows the list of search options as you type.
Help Content
    • Tooltips were added for each column heading in the Customize Columns menu to explain the information found there.
    • The About PRS Beta page was updated to include descriptions of the features currently available in PRS Beta.
Style and Visual Changes

Various changes were made to improve the way the site looks. These include:

    • Saved Views menu — Changes to the pop-up window that appears when you select “Save Current View As…”
    • Record List page — Adjusted the view for different screen sizes
    • Record List column headings and filters — Added boldface to column headings and changed the font colors of filters to aid navigation and improve readability
    • Record List columns — Added highlighting to columns when sorting is applied
    • Various buttons — Adjusted the spacing
Bug Fixes
    • Column headings were fixed so that the text wraps when a column is narrowed.
Coming Soon
    • Two new views: Planning View and Public Site View

A notification about the ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Beta test update was also published on the ClinicalTrials.gov PRS test system.

April 2022: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS

The below update was posted on the What’s New section of ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Test, which will be applicable from April 07, 2022:

Highlighted Differences on Release Record Screen

For PRS Administrators and Responsible Parties, the Release Record screen now includes a link to the “Highlighted Differences”. This link will open a new window which will show highlighted changes since the study was last reviewed or published.

 

January 2022: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS

The below update was posted on the What’s New section of ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Test, expected to go live on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS on February  2022:

PRS Beta Available

The first Beta PRS release consists of new workflow and portfolio management features to help data submitters save time, such as use of customizable display and multiple download options.  A pre-recorded demonstration of this release is available.

January 2022: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov

On January 19, 2022, Clinicaltrials.gov posted an update on the New and Updated FAQs to Clarify the Deadline for Submitting Good Cause Extension Requests for Delayed Submission of Results Information.

The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page has new and updated content under the Results Information and Submission Deadlines section:

The same update was posted on Clinicaltrials.gov PRS Test, which will go live on January 25, 2022:

Good Cause Extension for Results: Responsible parties may only submit good cause extension requests for delayed submission of results information prior to the date (i.e., the day before) that results information would otherwise be due.

December 2021: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov

ClinicalTrials.gov Beta Website

On December 08, 2021,  ClinicalTrials.gov posted an update announcing the first release of the beta ClinicalTrials.gov website and it can be accessed at: ClinicalTrials.gov beta website. More information on the new features that the website provides can be found at: NLM Technical Bulletin.

Also, PRS Beta will be released to the PRS Test system in early 2022, giving users an opportunity to explore the new PRS experience, performance of new technology, and to provide feedback to help improve future PRS Beta releases.  A recorded demonstration to preview PRS Beta is now available.

June 2021: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS

The below update was posted on the What’s New section of ClinicalTrials.gov PRS Test, which will go live on June 27, 2021:

Late Results Problem Detection: The Late Results problem notification is now removed upon initial release of results rather than when results are posted. Similarly, the Incomplete Results problem notification is now removed upon the first release that includes all primary and secondary outcome measures.

March 2021: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS

The below update was posted on the What’s New section of ClinicalTrials.gov PRS for March 04, 2021:

PRS Guided Tutorials
The PRS Guided Tutorials have new and updated content and features to make them more useful in response to feedback obtained through focus groups and survey responses over the past year. Enhancements include updated images and improved zoom functionality, additional study examples from materials developed for the behavioral sciences community, and revisions to the Introduction and tutorial content for added clarity and guidance. Two new sections have also been added: Quick Start Guides are designed to help users get the most from the tutorials, and the PDF Library has all of the tutorial content in a single place, readily available for download. Please note that audio narration has been removed.

January 2021: What’s New on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS

The following update has been posted on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS test, expected to go live on ClinicalTrials.gov PRS on February 01, 2021:

  • Delayed Results and Results Expected Details
    Responsible parties may now only submit certifications for delayed submission of results information prior to the date of (i.e., the day before) the standard submission deadline for results information. The standard submission deadline for results information is no later than 1 year after the ACT’s primary completion date. Related details have also been added to Results Expected date.
  • Field Length Change
    Maximum field length has been increased to 500 for the Results Participant Flow:Period(s):Milestone:Data:Comments field to make it match the allowed length in the Participant Flow:Period(s):Milestone:Comments field.
  • Review History Download
    For administrators, Review History information for all of an organization’s records can now be downloaded as comma-separated values (CSV) for input to spreadsheet applications such as Excel. This function is accessed via the PRS Home page Records menu.