Category Archives: Trials

Health Research Should Be Crowd-Funded Through Kickstarter

This is the text of my *humble cough* winning Dangerous Ideas Soapbox presentation at yesterday’s SAPC conference. Not entirely sure how much of this I got in during the 2 minute (and strictly adhered to) time slot, but this is … Continue reading

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3 reasons why it’s ok to be a “control”

Hi all – I wrote this to coincide with Clinical Trials Day, and then managed to miss it completely. Smooth move, Knowles! Nevertheless, I still think it’s an interesting topic and one which I’d really love to hear peoples’ views … Continue reading

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Sharing is Caring: On trial data sharing in health research

I’ve been following the #EHILive updates today on twitter about the future of digital health.  There seems to be a lot of attention on the issue of open data or data sharing, and the potential of this to gain new … Continue reading

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