Young people in research have sent me a postcard, have a look….

The Generation R event - organised and delivered by young people in research - has to be one of the highlights of my year.  You can find a write-up from the September event here. Today the Generation R crew sent me a postcard about what is happening next. Note the key messages to emerge from the … Continue reading Young people in research have sent me a postcard, have a look….

Testing, testing: please put Testing Treatments interactive through its paces

With the sort of timing which makes me wonder whether I missed my vocation as a TV scheduler it only seems right that, on the day the House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee has announced its inquiry into access to clinical trial data, I should ask you to road-test 'TestingTreatments interactive.' 'Testing Treatments interactive' is the … Continue reading Testing, testing: please put Testing Treatments interactive through its paces

BMJ talks tough on clinical trial data and the public interest

The BMJ publishes several papers today looking at the harm being done to research, patient care and the public interest by the incomplete disclosure or withholding of clinical trial data.  Click here for the BMJ's editorial  written by Dr Richard Lehman from Oxford University and the journal's clinical epidemiology editor Dr Elizabeth Loder.  An example of the … Continue reading BMJ talks tough on clinical trial data and the public interest