This form has been adapted to reflect the fact that MCRI is now part of the campus, not RCH. Trial Clinical Notifications (CTNs) must now be completed and submitted electronically by the study sponsor to the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA). For more information on eCTN forms, click here. For clinical, public health and non-clinical research projects, the RCH and MCRI have a legal agreement that makes MCRI responsible for all clinical trials on campus. As the custodian of research, mcRI should be included in all agreements as a party (institution); and if recruitment is through the RCH, the RCH should be indicated as a site (Appendix 1). The following information should therefore be used: there are a number of regulatory documents needed in the context of a research project, research including agreements, insurance and compensation. . . .