Clinical trials and research should always aim to provide information that is meaningful and relevant for patients. However, researchers are rarely addressing that topic when presenting results from trials. In this episode, we look at published...
Clinical trials and research should always aim to provide information that is meaningful and relevant for patients.
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
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 10: “How to Get to Clinically Relevant Research” https://www.precision-evidence.com/10
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It can be a challenge to screen papers for clinical relevance. As we go beyond the abstract in this podcast, we have created a screening tool to use when reading an abstract from a clinical research paper.
Using that tool enables you to quickly screen an abstract from a medical journal for clinical relevance selecting only those you want to read. At the same time, you will know why you skipped the rest. Get it at our website https://www.precision-evidence.com
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