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ORRCA is a free, online, searchable database of research around recruitment to Clinical Trials. It aims to help users identify promising recruitment interventions and inform the matching or tailoring of these interventions to specific recruitment challenges faced by different types of trial.

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Grant opportunity - Increasing Demand for Vaccination Services

From the web (GCGH): Immunization represents one of public health's most valuable and cost-effective interventions, and delivers positive health, social, and economic benefits. Globally, an estimated 2-3 million child deaths and 600,000 adult deaths are prevented by vaccination on an ... Read more

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Guidelines for the Content of Statistical Analysis Plans in Clinical Trials

by Carrol Gamble, Ashma Krishan, Deborah Stocken, Steff Lewis, Edmund Juszczak, Caroline Doré, Paula Williamson, Douglas G. Altman, Alan Montgomery, Pilar Lim, Jesse Berlin, Stephen Senn, Simon Day, Yolanda Barbachano, Elizabeth Loder

  ABSTRACT   IMPORTANCE: While guidance on statistical principles for clinical trials exists, there is an absence of guidance covering the required content of statistical analysis plans (SAPs) to support ...

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 ...

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