EU issues draft guidelines on providing clinical trial results so you and I can understand them #clinicaltrials

You probably don't need to hear another thing about the EU, do you? (By the way what a terrible EU referendum campaign it is - have you ever heard such hyperb******s from our politicians?) But this really is a good thing. Following the passage of the new EU Clinical Trials Regulation, the European Commission has started... Continue Reading →

New websites launched for people looking to join a clinical trial; but will patients want a ‘coming together’ at some point?

This week, patients got a couple more options for finding out about clinical trials they can take part in. Patientslikeme (which was launched in the United States a few years ago) has unveiled its new new clinical trials site which you can find here.   Patientslikeme is capturing a lot of attention here in the UK... Continue Reading →

Current Controlled Trials (CCT) appoints new advisory board

Current Controlled Trials (CCT), which aims 'to increase the availability, and promote the exchange, of information about ongoing randomised controlled trials worldwide,' has appointed a new advisory board to help it in its work.  Other than yours truly, the Board includes Ben Goldacre and Paul Wicks (PatientsLikeMe) among its members, and is drawing on international... Continue Reading →

Australia launches new clinical trials website for consumers and it’s not as good as the UK’s (UKCTG)

We do beat ourselves up on a regular basis in this country.  Sometimes appropriately.  But often the punches fly a little too freely. Australia have launched a new clinical trials website today to boost patient recruitment.  It has strengths.  But it is not as good as our own UK Clinical Trials Gateway (UKCTG).  For one... Continue Reading →

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