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For World AIDS Day 2020, this blog takes a look at studies registered at the ISRCTN registry during the previous 12 months.
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For World Diabetes Day 2020 we look at a selection of research registered at the ISRCTN registry investigating the role of nursing… Read more »
The forgotten, the ignored and the under-served – trials cannot continue to fail large parts of society
We do randomised trials to improve healthcare decisions, decisions that may have a lasting influence on people’s health. Every… Read more »
People with heart disease and its risk factors are more vulnerable to severe forms of COVID-19, and up to 1 in 5 patients… Read more »
For Peer Review Week 2020, we speak with Dr Mario Malički, Co-Editor-in-Chief of Research Integrity and Peer Review on the… Read more »
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the topic of respiratory rehabilitation to the forefront of patient management. In this blog… Read more »
• Colorectal cysts: A simple model system for testing the efficacy of CAR-T cells against malignancies • Bipolar disease is… Read more »
This year the ISRCTN registry – the UK’s primary clinical trials registry – is 20 years old. For ISRCTN20, Marc Taylor,… Read more »
In this blog, Database Manager Claire Veryard describes recent improvements to the ISRCTN registry and developments that are… Read more »