Little Journey Clinical Trial Resources

Got a little one? Learn all about children and research as well as healthcare in general. Little Journey aims to support all children to better health. By providing engaging, interactive and age-appropriate content designed to psychologically prepare and support families throughout healthcare interactions, we can improve healthcare experiences and health outcomes for all. Little Journey is a digital eSupport platform designed to psychologically prepare, support and inform children and families before, during and after healthcare interactions – both those occurring as part of a clinical trial and within routine care. Our mission is to support all children to better health.

Pediatric Trials Network

Explore patient-friendly results of pediatric trials, important pediatric research updates, and ways to get involved. The Pediatric Trials Network (PTN) is a consortium of clinical research sites located around the United States that are cooperating in the design and conduct of clinical trials to improve health care for young patients. PTN is studying the formulation, dosing, efficacy, and safety of drugs, as well as the development of medical devices, used in pediatric patients.

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

From peer-to-peer mentoring and financial assistance to information on available clinical trials, this foundation has everything you need to navigate a pediatric brain tumor diagnosis. Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s family support, research funding, and advocacy have led the way in ending the childhood cancer community’s biggest crisis: pediatric brain tumors. Dedicated wholly to addressing this rare but devastating disease and guided by the experiences of patients, survivors, their parents, and siblings, we are the only organization to meet families’ needs along every step of their cancer journey. The largest patient advocacy funder of pediatric brain tumor research, we also fund and advocate for innovative projects that lead to vital discoveries, new clinical trials, and better treatments – all bringing us closer to a cure.