Around 50% of people confirmed to have COVID-19 report a loss or reduction in the sense of smell. But does this imply that the virus is neuro-invasive…Read more »
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, rapid sharing of information about planned clinical trials investigating treatments and vaccines was necessary.…Read more »
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Responding to a pandemic - Research integrity, misconduct and consequences - Equity in clinical trial registration -…Read more »
Rachel Todd discusses the CO2 study registered at the ISRCTN registry.
In the second part of a two-part blog for Clinical Trials Day 2021 we look back at a year of COVID-19 studies registered at the…Read more »
In the first part of a two-part blog for Clinical Trials Day 2021 we look back at a year of COVID-19 studies registered at the…Read more »
This blog discusses the ASPIRE study, registered at the ISRCTN registry, which aims to help people who are unemployed or living…Read more »
A new University of Cambridge-led study registered at the ISRCTN registry will investigate the feasibility of developing a full…Read more »
For Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, Alexander Seager discusses the COLO-DETECT study registered at the ISRCTN registry.
In a blog for World Health Day, Duncan N. Shikuku and Charles A. Ameh discuss the critical role of midwives in improving maternal…Read more »