TENALEA Services support the online registration and randomisation of participants into research studies in health care. It was developed within the National Cancer Institute (NKI) in Amsterdam in The Netherlands, in association with partners in the data centres of some of the largest cancer research groups in Europe.  Following the successful deployment of TENALEA Services across Europe during EU funded projects, FormsVision was established to provide these services on an on-going basis to the Not for Profit research community.

TENALEA makes it easier for research groups of varying sizes to conduct randomised trials especially where the trial requies drug supply. It also helps improve the quality of these studies by providing a secure system for allocating participants into randomised trials in an unbiased way.

You can listen to one of the developers, Emile van der Donk, describe TENALEA in this 3 minute podcast.