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TB Partnership looking for Trial Sites - The Critical Path to TB Drug Regimens (CPTR)

By GHN_Editors

An international TB Partnership looking for Trial Sites for upcoming phase I and II trials. The CPTR Initiative aims to ...

srpfranzen

Improving global health trials through evidence based research

By srpfranzen

Hi Everyone, Firstly, I would like to quickly introduce myself. I have recently started working for the Global Health Clinical ...

rjlessells

Clinical Trials Short Course at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

By rjlessells

I have just completed the Short Course in Clinical Trials at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. I ...

GHN_Editors

The Editorial Team

By GHN_Editors

Today we have launched the pilot for the Global Health Clinical Trials website. We aim for this to be a ...


Development of an online resource for recruitment research in clinical trials to organise and map current literature

by Anna Kearney, Nicola Harman, Anna Rosala-Hallas, Claire Beecher, Jane Blazeby, Peter Bower, Mike Clarke, William Cragg, Sinead Dune, Heidi Gardner, Patricia Healy, Lisa Maguire, Nicola Mills, Leila Rooshenas, Ceri Rowlands, Shaun Treweek, Akke Vellinga, Paula Williamson, Carrol Gamble

Transparency in the conduct and reporting of clinical trials is supported by the guidance produced on the content of clinical trial protocols and reporting standards for clinical trials. While the principle features of the statistical analysis are required within this guidance it is generally accepted that a separate Statistical Analysis Plan is also developed as the level of detail appropriate for a SAP is excessive for a protocol. However, there is no detailed guidance on the content of a SAP and consequently, there is marked variation in practice. 

29th November 2018 • comment

Secondary analysis of clinical trial data reveals dengue burden

6th April 2016 • comment