Veterinary All Trials Initiative

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VetAllTrials is an emerging international consortium dedicated to the development of one or more veterinary clinical trial registries. We are also involved in the development of policies and standards that support the open access publication of research outcomes and clinical trial data – worldwide.

We are aligned with the AllTrials initiative which is focused on clinical trials in human medicine (also see their new U.S. site sponsored by Sense About Science launched on 29 July 2015). AllTrials  The AllTrials ethos is All trials registered, all results reported. You can learn more about what AllTrials is calling for, myths and objections, why it matters and what participation means.

About Stuart Turner

Dr. Stuart W. Turner, a former emergency & critical-care veterinarian in Northern California, is a full-time biomedical informaticist (a healthcare information architect). His background includes post-graduate training, teaching and research in biomedical informatics. His work covers various realms such as clinical decision support, translational medicine, public health (biosurveillance) and the semantic interoperability of health information systems from the design of clinical information models and biomedical ontologies. He is past president of the Association of Veterinary Informatics and the Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine Association.

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About Stuart Turner

Dr. Stuart W. Turner, a former emergency & critical-care veterinarian in Northern California, is a full-time biomedical informaticist (a healthcare information architect). His background includes post-graduate training, teaching and research in biomedical informatics. His work covers various realms such as clinical decision support, translational medicine, public health (biosurveillance) and the semantic interoperability of health information systems from the design of clinical information models and biomedical ontologies. He is past president of the Association of Veterinary Informatics and the Evidence-based Veterinary Medicine Association.