i-Base is a community project that bases the resources and information we produce on the results from clinical research – which can range from isolated case reports to large randomised studies.
We also produce materials to support community involvement in research. HIV research has developed through the involvement of many interest groups, and the best research includes HIV-positive people and their advocates working with researchers.
i-Base projects and information
The following resources provide information about different aspects of HIV research.
- i-Base Community Guide to HIV Research (English, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese).
- Thinking of joining a study Information for volunteers or participants.
- Ongoing UK studies Information and links to ongoing UK studies.
- Databases for HIV Collaboration (DHICE project) Community involvement on a collaboration to coordinate HIV database research in the UK.
- UK-Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB) Network focussed on understanding latest HIV research and on training and supporting greater community involvement in the UK.
External links to HIV research organisations
- clinicaltrials.gov the largest online database of clinical research – funded by the US governments and including US, international and other studies
- EU clinical trials register – European register of clinical trials
- Medical Research Council (MRC-UK) – HIV trials unit
- NHS clinical Trials - searchable database of UK studies
- controlled-trials.com search engine for UK, European and international studies (ISRCTN register)
- Paediatric European Network for Treatment of AIDS (PENTA)
- Copenhagen HIV Programme (CHIP)
- INSIGHT network – responsible for international strategy studies including START and SMART
- AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG)