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Choosing the Research Question Overview

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  • As Dave Sackett has been quoted as saying ‘one-third of a trial’s time between the germ of your idea and its publication in the New England Journal of Medicine should be spent fighting about the research question’ (see Riva and colleagues).
  • Your research question should match what you think the future users of your trial results need, or better what they have told you they need, and the PRECIS-2 tool might be a useful way of doing that.
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