Here we take a look at recent research published elsewhere across open access medicine.
Monthly Archives: May 2015
Following the recent publication of the methods for user involvement in a Cochrane systematic review update in Systematic Reviews, we hear from the authors, patients and carers involved in research, as well as journal Editors, on involving patients and the wider public in research and how this can impact the clinical relevance.1
In our second installment to celebrate International Clinical Trials Day 2015, we hear from a European pharmaceutical company and patients involved in research in USA and Australia, in what they think the single greatest development that will help improve clinical trials will be.
To celebrate International Clinical Trials Day 2015, BioMed Central asked a European pharmaceutical company, a funder from the United Kingdom, an Ethiopian trialist, and patients involved in research in the USA and Australia, what they think will be the single greatest development to help improve clinical trials in the next 5–10 years.2