Preregistration: when shall we start the real discussion?

Vandenbroucke, Jan P.
August 2015
European Journal of Public Health;Aug2015, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p555
Academic Journal
The author discusses the issue on the protocols preregistration of the epidemiologic studies. Topics discussed include the advantages and disadvantages of preregistration in the randomized controlled trial (RCT), the systematic review of RCT, and the issue of possible failure and fraud on the observational research registration.


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