Addressing Clinical Relevance in Medical Papers Clinical trials and research should always aim to provide information that is meaningful and relevant for patients. In the last episode, we looked at how many - or rather - how few researchers mentioned...
Addressing Clinical Relevance in Medical Papers
Clinical trials and research should always aim to provide information that is meaningful and relevant for patients.
In the last episode, we looked at how many - or rather - how few researchers mentioned and argued for what they would see as clinically relevant outcomes when setting up a study and listing it on clinicaltrials.gov
In this episode, we go deeper to look at examples and why this is so important to improve the usefulness of the research
We want to make it mandatory to state the researchers' clinical relevance levels ahead of the trial, mentioning what they will consider clinically relevant when they pre-register their research on the clinicaltrials.gov website or similar websites. They then need to compare their findings in both the paper and abstract when publishing data from the study. #clinicalrelevance
10-Year Update on Study Results Submitted to ClinicalTrials.gov
Compliance with the legal requirement to report clinical trial results on ClinicalTrials.gov: a cohort study https://www.thelancet.com/pdfs/journals/lancet/PIIS0140-6736(19)33220-9.pdf
Our specific page on our website about requesting clinical relevance statement and evaluation https://www.precision-evidence.com/p/clinical-relevance/
Overview of clinical trials registers like clinicaltrials.gov: https://sites.google.com/a/york.ac.uk/yhectrialsregisters/home/clinicaltrials
Precision Evidence episode 11: “Clinical relevance - Looking at Recent Papers” https://www.precision-evidence.com/11
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