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How to Request Information

The extensive clinical information in the CIBMTR Research Database is available upon request to anyone in the United States or worldwide.

Before requesting information, please visit the Reference Center to review existing publications, slide sets, or Web resources that use CIBMTR data. You may also want to review the types of data available for research or request.

Request information based on the type of information you need:

  • Data submitted by your center

    CIBMTR member centers can access data they have submitted to CIBMTR through the Web-based Data Back to Centers application.
  • Proposals for a research study

    Investigators interested in observational research studies can propose a study or participate in one of many existing studies.

Investigators interested in Health Services Research requiring data not available in the CIBMTR registry can propose a study or request support for health economic (cost and utilization, cost-effectiveness), survey or qualitative (focus groups, interviews) research consultation.

  • Proposals for a corporate analysis

    CIBMTR Corporate Members can request information using the online Corporate Member Information Request Form.

    Patients: Contact your healthcare provider immediately for reports of problems with your treatment or problems with products received for your treatment. The CIBMTR uses de-identified data and is unable to associate reported treatment problems, adverse events, or corrections of information with a center, clinical trial, or healthcare provider.  

  • Request for a one-time, custom analysis

    Investigators, physicians, patients, and others interested in hematopoietic cell transplantation (HCT) and cellular therapy can request information using the Custom Information Request Form.  Information is limited to descriptive analyses and are provided within two business days to three weeks, depending upon complexity.  Information related to patient care and clinical decision-making is free of charge and receives the highest priority.  Submit a Publication Permission Request Form if the intent is to include information as part of a publication.   

    Patients: Contact your healthcare provider immediately for reports of problems with your treatment or problems with products received for your treatment. The CIBMTR uses de-identified data and is unable to associate reported treatment problems, adverse events, or corrections of information with a center, clinical trial, or healthcare provider.  

Information related to patient care and clinical decision-making is free of charge and receives the highest priority. Most descriptive analyses are provided within two business days to three weeks, depending upon complexity. 


Submit a Publication Permission Request Form if the intent is to include information as part of a publication.

Questions

Contact inforequest@mcw.edu with any questions.


Access resources: publications, slides, outcomes data
Last Updated: 12/9/2020 4:13 PM
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