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Use of pragmatic and explanatory trial designs in acute care research: lessons from COVID-19.

27 Jun, 2022 | 11:49h | UTC

Use of pragmatic and explanatory trial designs in acute care research: lessons from COVID-19 – The Lancet Respiratory Medicine

Commentary: Early-phase clinical trials in a pandemic: learning from the response to COVID-19 – The Lancet Respiratory Medicine

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


New COVID drugs face delays as trials grow more difficult.

24 Jun, 2022 | 11:47h | UTC

New COVID drugs face delays as trials grow more difficult – Nature

 


Research must do no harm: new guidance addresses all studies relating to people.

24 Jun, 2022 | 11:46h | UTC

Research must do no harm: new guidance addresses all studies relating to people – Nature

See Guidance: Research Ethics – Nature Portfolio

 


Perspective | Four areas of health innovation boosted by the pandemic.

24 Jun, 2022 | 11:36h | UTC

Four areas of health innovation boosted by the pandemic – Nature Medicine

 

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We don’t know whether most medical treatments work, and we know even less about whether they cause harm – new study.

23 Jun, 2022 | 10:32h | UTC

We don’t know whether most medical treatments work, and we know even less about whether they cause harm – new study – The Conversation

Original Study: Most healthcare interventions tested in Cochrane Reviews are not effective according to high quality evidence: a systematic review and meta-analysis – Journal of Clinical Epidemiology (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

 

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Many researchers say they’ll share data — but don’t.

23 Jun, 2022 | 10:13h | UTC

Many researchers say they’ll share data — but don’t – Nature

 


Supplement: Digital strategy and social media in infectious diseases.

21 Jun, 2022 | 10:22h | UTC

Homepage: Digital Strategy and Social Media in Infectious Diseases – Clinical Infectious Diseases

Digital Strategy and Social Media for Infectious Diseases

Social Media: Flattening Hierarchies for Women and Black, Indigenous, People Of Color (BIPOC) to Enter the Room Where It Happens

#SoMe the Money! Value, Strategy, and Implementation of Social Media Engagement for Infectious Diseases Trainees, Clinicians, and Divisions

The Digital Classroom: How to Leverage Social Media for Infectious Diseases Education

Educational Impact of #IDJClub, a Twitter-Based Infectious Diseases Journal Club

Surgeons, Infectious Diseases, and Twitter Hit a Home Run for Antibiotic Stewardship

Exploring Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccine Hesitancy on Twitter Using Sentiment Analysis and Natural Language Processing Algorithms

Go V.I.R.A.L.: Social Media Engagement Strategies in Infectious Diseases

Creating Effective Infographics and Visual Abstracts to Disseminate Research and Facilitate Medical Education on Social Media

How to Harness the Power of Social Media for Quality Drug Information in Infectious Diseases: Perspectives on Behalf of the Society of Infectious Diseases Pharmacists

Misinformation and Disinformation: The Potential Disadvantages of Social Media in Infectious Disease and How to Combat Them

 


Perspective | Cardiovascular meta-analyses: fool’s gold or gold for fools?

20 Jun, 2022 | 01:15h | UTC

Cardiovascular meta-analyses: fool’s gold or gold for fools? – European Heart Journal

 


Approach for reporting master protocol study designs on ClinicalTrials.gov: qualitative analysis.

14 Jun, 2022 | 10:32h | UTC

Approach for reporting master protocol study designs on ClinicalTrials.gov: qualitative analysis – The BMJ

 


Subgroup analyses in randomized clinical trials: value and limitations.

13 Jun, 2022 | 07:57h | UTC

Subgroup analyses in randomized clinical trials: value and limitations. Review #3 on important aspects of randomized clinical trials in cardiovascular pharmacotherapy – European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy

 


Structured reporting to improve transparency of analyses in prognostic marker studies.

10 Jun, 2022 | 10:29h | UTC

Structured reporting to improve transparency of analyses in prognostic marker studies – BMC Medicine

 


Sensitivity analysis in clinical trials: three criteria for a valid sensitivity analysis.

9 Jun, 2022 | 10:36h | UTC

Sensitivity analysis in clinical trials: three criteria for a valid sensitivity analysis – Eye

See Special Series: Research Methodology for the Ophthalmologist – Eye

 


‘Helicopter research’ comes under fire at Cape Town conference – statement presses for equity when scientists from wealthy nations do research in poorer ones.

8 Jun, 2022 | 11:11h | UTC

‘Helicopter research’ comes under fire at Cape Town conference – Science

 


Do we need to reconsider how we design and conduct randomized controlled trials?

8 Jun, 2022 | 10:56h | UTC

Do we need to reconsider how we design and conduct randomized controlled trials? – European Heart Journal – Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes

 


#ADA2022 – RCT: Tirzepatide once weekly for the treatment of obesity.

6 Jun, 2022 | 11:59h | UTC

Tirzepatide Once Weekly for the Treatment of Obesity – New England Journal of Medicine (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

News Release: SURMOUNT-1 Study Finds Individuals with Obesity Lost up to 22.5% of their Body Weight when Taking Tirzepatide – American Diabetes Association

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Pivot into COVID-19 research eases as publishing surge starts to level off – Researchers who jumped into the field from distant disciplines published lower impact work, study finds.

27 May, 2022 | 12:18h | UTC

Pivot into COVID-19 research eases as publishing surge starts to level off – Science

 


Top studies of 2021 relevant to primary care.

26 May, 2022 | 10:55h | UTC

Top studies of 2021 relevant to primary care: From the PEER team – Canadian Family Physician

 


Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 6: Longitudinal qualitative and mixed-methods approaches for longitudinal and complex health themes in primary care research.

26 May, 2022 | 10:15h | UTC

Series: Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 6: Longitudinal qualitative and mixed-methods approaches for longitudinal and complex health themes in primary care research – European Journal of General Practice

Other articles in the series:

Series: Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 1: Introduction

Series: Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 2: Context, research questions and designs

Series: Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 3: Sampling, data collection and analysis

Series: Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 4: Trustworthiness and publishing

Series: Practical guidance to qualitative research. Part 5: Co-creative qualitative approaches for emerging themes in primary care research: Experience-based co-design, user-centred design and community-based participatory research

 


Creating effective infographics and visual abstracts to disseminate research and facilitate medical education on social media.

24 May, 2022 | 10:46h | UTC

Creating Effective Infographics and Visual Abstracts to Disseminate Research and Facilitate Medical Education on Social Media – Clinical Infectious Diseases

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Opinion: How to pick a great scientific collaborator.

24 May, 2022 | 07:56h | UTC

How to pick a great scientific collaborator – Nature

 


Clinical trial registration patterns and changes in primary outcomes of randomized clinical trials from 2002 to 2017.

23 May, 2022 | 01:34h | UTC

Clinical Trial Registration Patterns and Changes in Primary Outcomes of Randomized Clinical Trials From 2002 to 2017 – JAMA Internal Medicine (free for a limited period)

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Viewpoint: The imperative for diversity and inclusion in clinical trials and health research participation.

23 May, 2022 | 00:49h | UTC

The Imperative for Diversity and Inclusion in Clinical Trials and Health Research Participation – JAMA

 


Perspective: The need for increased pragmatism in cardiovascular clinical trials.

19 May, 2022 | 10:48h | UTC

The need for increased pragmatism in cardiovascular clinical trials – Nature Reviews Cardiology (if the link is paywalled, try this one)

Related: A roadmap of strategies to support cardiovascular researchers: from policy to practice – Nature Reviews Cardiology (if the link is paywalled, try this one)

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Reporting guideline for the early stage clinical evaluation of decision support systems driven by artificial intelligence: DECIDE-AI.

19 May, 2022 | 10:45h | UTC

Reporting guideline for the early stage clinical evaluation of decision support systems driven by artificial intelligence: DECIDE-AI – The BMJ

 


Study designs for clinical trials applied to personalized medicine: a scoping review.

19 May, 2022 | 10:36h | UTC

Study designs for clinical trials applied to personalised medicine: a scoping review – BMJ Open

 


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