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Title: Clinical trial publications
Authors: Cuschieri, Sarah
Keywords: Publishers and publishing
Research -- Methodology
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Medknow Publications
Citation: Cuschieri, S. (2019). Clinical trial publications. Saudi Journal of Anaesthesia, 13(5), S42-S43. doi:10.4103/sja.SJA_575_18
Abstract: Clinical trials are observations or experiments performed in clinical research. It is customary for researchers to publish their interim findings during the course of the trial. However, publishing the final results and outcomes is imperative. The CONSORT statement was developed to aid the randomized control clinical trial's authors to standardize the reporting of the trial's design, analysis, and interpretation of the results. Readers need to understand all the trial outcomes irrespective of whether they are beneficial or harmful as these impact future research. Well-reported clinical trials are a must as these provide the basis for systemic reviews, meta-analyses, and eventual clinical guidelines.
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