An aspect of conflict that is often overlooked is the difficult decisions that healthcare providers need to make on the allocation of medical resources to civilians. In this blog, Dr. Nicholas G. Evans, author of a case study published in Disaster and Military Medicine, discusses the effect of conflict on the allocation of medical resources and its impact on civilians lives, specifically in the context of dialysis treatment in Syria.
Monthly Archives: May 2017
Caesarean section rates in excess of recommended thresholds may pose risks to mothers and infants due to non-medically necessary procedures, and rising healthcare costs. Our study published in BMC Medicine shows that a training program for clinicians resulted in very favorable results: better quality of care for mothers and infants, and major cost savings.
In celebration of Clinical Trials Day, we invited the CONSORT Group to reflect on what they see the future holding for clinical trial reporting. Here, Larissa Shamseer, on behalf of the CONSORT Group, discusses what key stakeholders could do to support better trial reporting.
How much do you actually know about clinical trial reporting? Test yourself with our Clinical Trials Day Quiz!
Happy International Clinical Trials Day! This year, in celebration of Clinical Trials Day, we’re challenging you with a quiz about clinical trials reporting. Take our quiz, share your results and learn about some of the next big things in clinical trial reporting.
This year’s scientific breast cancer image competition – in partnership with the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, Breast Cancer Now and the leading breast cancer journal, Breast Cancer Research – is well underway but there are still three weeks left to get your entries in. Read on to find out how to enter…