Drug Safety and Efficacy Testing: About Clinical Research Trials

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We provide a separate index of the latest clinical trials research bulletins relevant to drugs and other treatments used in mental health. You can search directly or browse by condition, sponsor, or clinical trial status.

Database of Clinical Research Trials in Mental Health

Our searchable database at TrialBulletin.com includes all the latest information about over 160 thousand clinical trials designed to test the safety and/or efficacy of drugs used in mental health and other areas. You can search the database directly for information on clinical trials involving a specific drug or condition, or you can browse the index by condition, sponsor, location, or specific drug.

The database also includes a range of supplemental information including a clinical trials glossary, definitions of the different phases of clinical trials, and a set of Frequently Asked Questions about clinical trials.

Using a newsreader, you can also receive the latest clinical trials results for a given search term via RSS. If you’d like to see a preview of clinical trials news feeds, just visit the section of clinical trials and research literature on mental health drugs over at our separate reference material site.

Disclaimer About Clinical Trials Information

All clinical trials information is provided independently by the US government’s National Institutes of Health. Clinical trials information is not reviewed or altered by TrialBulletin.com.

All clinical material on this site is peer reviewed by one or more clinical psychologists or other qualified mental health professionals. This specific article was originally published by on and was last reviewed or updated by Dr Greg Mulhauser, Managing Editor on .

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