Peer Review of the scientific, ethical and practical aspects of the proposed clinical trial by experienced researchers in the field of study is important and a critical part of the ethics and governance processes of clinical research.
Peer review can help you develop a high quality, well organised and efficient clinical trial that can deliver effective interventions, treatments and tests to patients sooner.
Communicate your idea for the clinical trial to your peers and other successful trialists who can help assess the scientific value and clinical relevance of your idea.
Seek critical feedback from friends and colleagues; it’s much better to have early constructive criticism from people you know, than find critical flaws later in the development of the project.
If you wish to provide feedback or contact the team at the NSW Regional Health Partners Clinical Trials Roadmap please email email@example.com
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