Dear IBAS folk,
We spend a great deal of our time working in clinical trials; devising, writing, running and publishing. A lot of what we do is very specific to each study but I believe it is important to look at lessons learnt and how we can use the wisdom of others. The link below takes you to a UK website that has nicely collated a lot of resources of use around trial design, methods papers for increasing recruitment and how to nest qualitative evaluations in pilot quantitative studies.
Please do take the time to avail yourself of these resources
cheers, merry christmas and happy holidays to all,
Chief Executive and Research Fellow
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Dear IBAS folk We spend a great deal of our time working in clinical trials; devising, writing, running and publishing. A lot of what we do is very specific to each study
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