Registries & Trials
To support its continuing efforts to enhance patient care, the Society strongly encourages its members to participate in research and clinical trials. The Society has served and will continue to serve as a sponsor/co-sponsor of registries/trials, when deemed appropriate. Links to information on additional registries and clinical trials, as well as resources designed to assist surgeons interested in participating in such efforts, are listed below.
Society-Sponsored Registries and Clinical Trials
Nipple Sparing Mastectomy Registry
The Nipple Sparing Mastectomy Registry (NSMR) has been designed to facilitate compiling information on metrics utilized, techniques utilized, aesthetic outcomes, as well as oncologic outcomes of the Nipple Sparing Mastectomy. The registry will aim to provide a large prospective collection of data points specifically gathered to provide evidence based medicine on outcome measures and metrics utilized for the nipple sparing mastectomy. This is a non-randomized, multicenter, prospective registry based within the Society’s Mastery of Breast Surgery Program. Note: This registry is closed for new recruitment.
Electronic Xoft® Inter-society Brachytherapy Trial (EXIBT)
This study is ongoing, but not recruiting participants.
All ACOSOG members have access to the full protocol information. To participate in ACOSOG protocol studies, your institution or practice must become a member of ACOSOG. To apply for membership, please see the Membership Overview. Questions may be directed to the ACOSOG Member Services Department at email@example.com.
WIRB training includes:
- Investigator Training for Medical Research–designed for investigators, potential investigators, and site staff to provide basic information on research trials and the responsibilities of investigators while performing these trials.
- Site Operations and SOPs–provides investigators and study coordinators training in optimizing the organization and operation of their research sites.
- Today’s Good Clinical Practice Requirements–provides attendees with an increased awareness and understanding of the requirements of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) standards when conducting clinical trials, based on the growing need for investigators and their staff to undertake training in GCPs.