A systematic review of self-reported ethical practices in publications of cluster randomised trials conducted in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander settings
This systematic review describes self-reported ethical practices in research conducted in Australia involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
“He who pays the piper calls the tune”: researcher experiences of funder suppression of health behaviour intervention trial findings
This research article finds that one in five researchers in this global sample reported being pressured to delay, alter, or not publish the findings of health behaviour intervention trials.
This report analysed 25 Australian clinical trials initiated by clinicians and found that if the results of the trials were implemented in just two-thirds of the relevant groups of patients for one year, $1.4 billion would be saved through improvements in patient health outcomes, and...