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An introduction to clinical trials (Part 1: The basics)

Editage Insights | Mar 8, 2016 | 7,479 views

Clinical trials constitute a critical stage of clinical research and it is important to understand what clinical trials are and what forms they take. In this slide deck, we will tell you more about the types and phases of clinical trials. The idea is to help you form a basic understanding of clinical trials. This is a two-part series and the next segment will focus on the things you must remember when preparing to publish a clinical trial manuscript.

Coming soon - Part 2: Things to remember when preparing a clinical trial manuscript

(Recommended reading: A young researcher's guide to a clinical trial)


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