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Policy@Manchester 8h
Save the date for with Policy@Manchester, in collaboration with .
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James Wren 12h
Do you know someone who stands up for science? Nominate them for this year’s
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Sense about Science May 23
People all around the world stand up for science to advance public discussions, even in the face of difficulty. The recognizes the work of these individuals - nominations for 2019 are now open
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Sense about Science May 23
Replying to @NIHRresearch
Great progress from @NIRHresearch. It means that the largest national funder of clinical research in Europe will now look at whether a researcher has registered & reported past trials when deciding whether to grant new funds. Every funder should follow this lead.
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ben goldacre May 23
This is a huge, massively important win.
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Research Fortnight May 23
Researchers could be denied clinical research funding from the National Institute for Health Research if they have not published the results of their previous clinical trials in a timely manner. (£)
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john williams May 23
NIHR will request researchers applying for clinical trial funding to submit the registration history of any previous trials they have conducted, as well as the publication of trial results. The NIHR will then take such information into account when making funding decisions.
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IQWiG May 22
Some of the proposed amendments to the resolution 'Improving the of markets for medicines, vaccines and other health-related technologies' at 72nd contradict , as points out.
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Sense about Science May 22
We are excited to announce a new award in partnership with . Design a microbiology public engagement resource that challenges a misconception about science and you could win £1000! Find out more here:
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Sense about Science May 21
At the World Health Assembly 10 countries want the Assembly to support clinical trial transparency. But other countries are trying to stop the from even being discussed. Follow for updates & see:
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Sense about Science May 20
Replying to @senseaboutsci
We're asking WHA delegates to support the on Weds 22nd & to ensure amendments don't water it down so much as to make it meaningless. Here's our detailed briefing on the section on sharing clinical trial results:
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Sense about Science May 20
Replying to @senseaboutsci
More than 100 civil society organisations and medics have written to World Health Assembly members urging them to support the , read the letter here:
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Sense about Science May 20
Are you following the debate about the at the World Health Assembly, where transparency on clinical trials and medicines pricing are up for discussion? Here's our news piece about it:
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VoiceofYoungScience May 17
What a day! Thank you to our amazing attendees for coming along. Also a huge thank you to our partners - we could not have run such a great workshop without you:
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Sense about Science May 17
Thanks to all the panellists for your excellent contributions at today's Standing up for Science workshop and Prof Wendy Harwood
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Sense about Science May 17
Our director Tracey is the keynote speaker today at the opening ceremony of Luxembourg Parliament's Pairing Scheme. Tracey will say that evidence used in policy is a public interest issue, not an esoteric concern of research
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Sense about Science May 15
To celebrate why not check out our guide to Making Sense of Statistics?
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Taylor & Francis Research Insights May 14
We're looking forward to hosting the next peer review workshop at in London. Find out more and register for your free place
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Sense about Science May 13
What’s needed to deliver the official statistics the nation needs? of the writes about the challenges facing the next UK national statistician.
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Sense about Science May 10
It’s been a fantastic day getting to know our new . Thanks again to for the venue and huge thanks to for its funding for the programme. Together we can challenge claims and encourage higher standards of evidence
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