Earlier this week, the RCT
council leader warned of further "unthinkable" service cuts on the horizon, following what he foresees as a severe reduction in funding when a new budget is announced at Westminster on July 8.
It also emphasizes the importance of possessing at least one RCT
for health-related claims--and depending on the extent of claims, potentially more than one RCT
A liver RCT
on the hepatitis B virus in Tokyo is likely not to have validity in Johannesburg; in Tokyo the virus causes hepatocellular carcinoma, in Johannesburg it does not (but then again, HIV changes everything).
Comparing the questions explored in RCTs
with those identified in major theories of governance suggests that there is something to this.
The clubs we've contacted about adding the RCT
to their spaniel hunting tests didn't want to take on the added time and work.
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It is certainly true that large well-conducted RCTs
maximise internal validity, and provide robust data for populations who closely match their eligibility criteria when their carefully controlled experimental conditions are replicated.
Along with this problem, is the image that is created that if there are no major signals in RCTs
regarding safety of a new drug, it can be perhaps assumed as "safe" based on the use of the word "safety" in the title or the abstract.
In a thrilling yet provocative mock investigation published in the BMJ, Smith and Pell (2) searched the literature for RCTs
on 'parachute use to prevent death and major trauma related to gravitational challenge'.
Carelessness during stowage of the RCT
for movement or storage costs Sentinel units big bucks every year.
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studies, those conducted by the Diabetes Prevention Program Research Group (2003), were not technically DM program evaluations.