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[not important] Bristol Uni 14 March 2018: 'How to do Paediatric Trials' feat. "Esther Crawley’s team"

Discussion in 'PsychoSocial ME/CFS News' started by Esther12, Feb 4, 2018.

  1. Esther12

    Esther12 Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    Probably more accurate to describe it as the blind blinding those who still might be able to see a bit :p
     
  3. guest001

    guest001 Guest

    5 minutes? - lets' guess:

    "All our ancestors were war heroes. We've all been abused by wicked patients, but we've all got balls so it's ok, we'll bravely fight on. And the local REC and the BRTC (Bristol Randomized Trials Collaboration) are VERY nice people, they've been invaluable to us, we're sure they'll help you too. Now where's the cake? What, no cake? I can't believe there's no cake. "
     
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    Maybe, they've asked her along, so that she can learn something from the others.

    Anyone in the area who could attend? This would be a good way to find out how paediatric trials are usually designed etc.
    Presuming it's open access and they are not screening for vexatious militants or people wanting to ask reasonable questions, should be OK.
     
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    No doctors we know who could attend ? Given the wealth of systematic tweaking that characterizes many of EC' s trials , this would be interesting - is this the norm, or an anomaly for this illness?
     
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