The Find Studies section of this site describes all the options for finding studies, how to use those options to find the studies you are looking for, and how to read study records.
Options for Finding Studies
Conduct a general search for studies. A general search may also be conducted by using the search box on the home page or at the top of every page of the site. See also How to Use Basic Search.
Conduct a focused search of studies by matching one or more words entered in specific fields. See also How to Use Advanced Search.
Find studies in categories such as conditions, drug interventions, sponsors, or locations. See also How to Find Studies by Topic or on a Map.
Find studies by clicking on a country or region on a map. See also How to Find Studies by Topic or on a Map.
How to Find Studies
Learn how to search using the following options for finding studies:
- How to Use Basic Search
- How to Use Advanced Search
- How to Modify a Search
- How to Find Studies by Topic or on a Map
Learn about the different features of the search results list, including how to customize your display.
Learn how to find studies that have been updated with study results, including studies with results that have been published in medical journals.
How to Read a Study
Learn about the information available in a study record and the different ways to view a record.