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The Newsnight program on BBC about the EXCEL trial published in New England Journal of Medicine and formed a basis for major guidelines showed that some results in the EXCEL trial appear to have been concealed and the medical society was misled.
The web portal of the Congress is on www.kadsanalkongre.com. You can find the details, register and send your posters from here.
FDA released the final version of the Adaptive Designs for Clinical Trials of Drugs and Biologics Guidance for Industry
The International Compilation of Human Research Standards - PDF is a listing of over 1,000 laws, regulations, and guidelines on human subjects protections in 131 countries and from many international organizations. Most of the listings provide hyperlinks to the source document.
UDEMY has a vast collection of on-line courses related on several aspects of clinical research. There are many courses on research but you have to pay for them. We are only providing you with the main link..
You will see listing of the courses on another on-line platform: FutureLearn
There are several online courses on clinical research and related topics. Most of them are free and from reputable institutions. We are starting with COURSERA to give you an idea.
An AllTrials report for the House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee has found that 33 NHS trust sponsors and six UK universities are reporting none of their clinical trial results, while others have gone from 0% to 100% following an announcement from the Select Committee in January that universities and NHS trusts with missing trials had 6 months to correct it. Recent news from AllTrials report that since January, two universities and three NHS trusts have progressed from 0% reporting to 100% reporting. There are now four UK universities and five NHS trusts showing as having reported 100% of their results, showing it can be done. Overall, the reporting rate for UK university and NHS trust-sponsored trials has increased since January, from 48.1% to 63.9%.