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The Cochrane Library: International Clinical Trials Day 2010

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The Cochrane Collaboration
Submitter : Caroline Hanley

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May 20, 2010 is the sixth International Clinical Trials Day. The day celebrates the clinical trial as a means of improving health and wellbeing. It seeks to raise awareness of the importance of research to health care, and highlights how partnerships between patients and healthcare practitioners are vital to high-quality, relevant... More

Keywords:
clinical trials, random allocation, International Clinical Trial Day, CONSORT, James Lind Alliance, allocation concealment

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