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.
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.
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.
Qualitative research’s great value is in how to shows individual voices as scientific data. But the way those individuals are sampled can hugely affect the responses and the study quality. Learn how to choose the best sampling method.
We have all heard and read this many times: “You must follow reporting guidelines when writing and publishing your research.”
Sure… but which reporting guidelines do I follow? CONSORT, STROBE, CARE, ARRIVE, MOOSE, PRISMA, SPIRIT, STARD, AGREE, CHEERS…