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What are the most important questions about trial retention?

In May this year, a national survey gave those who design and run clinical trials and those who take part in them, the opportunity to tell researchers what research evidence would really make a difference to improve retention in clinical trials.  Improving our knowledge of what methods work best to keep people involved in trials once they’ve signed up is vital if we are to improve retention to trials in the future.

The James Lind Alliance now has a list of the 27 questions for research that are important to people.  If you have taken part in clinical trials or been involved in running or designing them, they would like you to choose the 10 questions that are most important to you in a short survey.

To find out more and take part in the survey, click the link below




author: Adam Smith

Written by Adam Smith on Monday August 13, 2018

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