Monthly Archives: May 2016

Prospective publication of protocols and results of pilot and feasibility works


The next step to think about is to prospectively publish your protocol and publish your results. To talk us through this point, Lehana Thabane (Associate Chair of the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics) and colleagues Zainab Samaan and Ji Cheng explain why this is important and what the benefits are to science, researchers, healthcare providers,… Read more »

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A timeline for conducting your clinical trial

Clinical Trials Day(1)

This year, in celebration of International Clinical Trials Day on 20 May, BioMed Central has put together a timeline of the stages of conducting a clinical trial. We’ll reveal more stages throughout the week, in the lead up to the day itself. We’ve invited some of the greats in the field to comment on why the stage is important to a trial, what should be considered and why it should be considered at that point in the trial timeline.

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