Trial Forge will make trials more efficient by looking for marginal gains across all trial processes, from research question to implementation into routine care. It will encourage everyone connected with trials to be more sceptical of what we do by asking for the evidence behind all of our trial decisions.
RT @FrancesShiely: Interested in Trial Methodology? The PRECIS-3 team are looking for a senior post-doc. Details below (ref.063451). The po…yesterday
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