Phases of clinical trials – Edanz Learning Lab

The Phases of Clinical Trials (0 to IV)

Clinical trials use phases that are used to progress a new intervention (such as a drug or a device) through rigorous (and often lengthy) verification. This ensures it is safe for use in humans. But what exactly are these phases? Answers here.

Writing a review – Edanz

Writing a Narrative Review in 4 Steps [and just 6 weeks]

Amazingly, many researchers have never considered writing a review. Perhaps because it seems like such a big task. We’ve developed a 4-step method to give you and your colleagues a roadmap to quick publication and impact that extends into the future.

Forest Plots: When and How to Use Them

The forest plot is a figure that appears in the Results section of a systematic literature review report. It is a graphic representation of the findings of multiple studies that investigated the same scientific question and measured the same outcome.

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Understanding a PRISMA Flow Diagram

The flow diagram (also called flowchart or flow chart) is typically the first figure in the results section of your systematic review. It’s a logical and helpful guide for the reader. Our expert walks you through how to write one.

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Systematic Review, Scoping Review, Narrative Review – What’s the Difference?

Systematic reviews, scoping reviews, narrative reviews – what’s the difference? What’s most needed in your are of research? We dig into how to tell them apart and how to launch your own review!

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Plain Language Summary vs. Abstract: What’s the Difference?

A plain language summary (PLS) is an abstract that way more people can understand. It’s a key way to communicate your science to the world. Learn how this “simple” tool can boost your impact.

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