TERIS is a computerized database designed to assist physicians or other healthcare professionals in assessing the risks of possible teratogenic exposures in pregnant women. The database consists of a series of agent summaries, each of which is based on a thorough review of published clinical and experimental literature. Summaries may be accessed using either generic names or domestic or foreign proprietary names. Each summary includes a risk assessment derived by consensus of an Advisory Board comprising nationally-recognized authorities in clinical teratology.
For more information, please visit the TERIS website at: https://deohs.washington.edu/teris/
Site Licenses (1, 2-4, 5-9 or 10+ Practitioners per Site)
To license TERIS for one or more Sites, please select the desired license type at right for the number of Practitioners at each Site, and Order the number of Site(s). (For example: if you have 2-4 Practitioners at 3 Sites, select the 2-4 Practitioner per Site license and order 3 Sites.)
Large Volume Licenses
For volume licensing for large organizations, please contact us at CoMotion at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evaluation License – For Registrants with Invitation Codes or Registered NSGC Members
This license allows registrants with valid invitation codes or registered members of the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) free trial access to the TERIS database for 15 days. An attestation to each individual's eligibility along with an invitation code, if applicable, is required.
Academic License – For Medical Students and Residents
This license allows medical students and residents who are affiliated with a U.S. or Canadian institution free access to the TERIS database through December 31, 2021. An attestation is required that all Authorized Users are either medical students or residents, along with which program each person is in, the institution they're affiliated with, and the year they anticipate completing their program.
Please note: Medical students and residents submit the license request with contact information for the person who is authorized to enter into the agreement on behalf of the organization (the Authorized Representative). Students/residents may want to ask their supervisor, administrator or professor who this person would be prior to submittal. The request will then be forwarded to that person for approval.