Clinical Trials Career

This Bundle is by, last edited on 1 June 2021. Private Bundle
  • Target Audience Further education, Researchers
  • EBM Stage 0 - Why EBM?
    1 - Asking focused questions
    2 - Finding the evidence
    3 - Appraising evidence
    4 - Decision making
    5 - Evaluating your performance

For lecture on 3 June 2021

Learning about ethics in research

This is an in-depth lesson in research ethics for children and young people aged 11 and upwards.  The resources include videos, readings and practical exercises relating to a mock trial in asthma.

The materials were prepared by Kent, Surrey and Sussex Young Persons’ Advisory Group (YPAG) in collaboration with the Nuffield Council on Bioethics (part of the GenerationR Alliance).

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Positives in research. When finding ‘nothing’ means something.

If results are not reported (positive or negative) then other scientists may waste time and resources needlessly repeating experiments.

Or, in some situations, theories that are untrue or incomplete are never corrected, despite their potentially dire consequences.

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A Mock Randomized Controlled Trial With Audience Response Technology for Teaching and Learning Epidemiology


Study objective to apply and assess an active learning approach to epidemiology
and critical appraisal.

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